Meet our Doctoral Fellows
Christopher J. McNally, Ph.D., Fellow
Dr. McNally earned his doctorate (Ph.D.) in Counseling Psychology at The University of Akron and completed his doctoral internship in professional psychology at The Ohio State University. Currently a doctoral fellow, he brings a wide range of clinical experience to his work, having held previous positions in community mental health centers, university counseling centers, and hospital and health psychology settings including the Department of Psychiatry and Psychology of the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. McNally provides individual and couples therapy to adolescents and adults. He is adept in the treatment of anxiety, depression and related mood disorders, issues of identity and development, trauma recovery, marital and relationship issues, work-related issues of optimal functioning and stress reduction, and psycho-spiritual aspects of grief and loss. In his work with patients he integrates psychodynamic and humanistic/existential therapies, also using short-term cognitive-behavioral and narrative therapies accompanied by mindfulness-based strategies to reduce stress and anxiety, improve coping skills, and foster self-awareness. Sees patients ages 12 and up for counseling.