Veayla Williams, Ph.D

Veayla Williams, Ph.D. has been a psychologist for over eight years. She has a myriad of experiences using different treatment modalities (i.e., group, individual, telehealth) in multiple clinical settings. She has worked with various populations including, adults in the community, veterans, seniors, and college students. Dr. Williams is currently working at the Veterans Affairs as a clinical psychologist in the PTSD residential treatment program serving veterans who have experienced trauma. She has had the privilege of working at the PTSD program for the past seven years.

Treatment Philosophy

Dr. Williams’ main approach to therapy is helping people find meaning and hope in life. Everyone determines their own journey in therapy and how that looks for them. Dr. Williams is happy to walk with her clients on this journey by exploring and considering what will be important for them and how this might help shape the rest of their lives.

Approach to Treatment

Dr. Williams utilizes a variety of evidenced-based treatments to help clients cope with or recover from psychological pain including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Depression, Cognitive Processing Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Prolonged Exposure for PTSD, Written Exposure Therapy for PTSD, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills training, Anger Management Treatment, Mindfulness Skills, Relaxation Skills, Positive Psychology for Depression, Schema Therapy, Grief and Loss Therapy, Impulse Control Disorder Treatment, Managing Anxiety and Panic Disorder Treatment, Generalized Anxiety Disorder Treatment, Guilt Therapy, Treatment for Excoriation (skin picking)

Treatment Focus/Participants

Individual adults (18 years old or older)

Areas of Specialty

Depression, anger management, grief and loss, adjustment disorders, stress management, and anxiety. The treatments she utilizes are proven to be effective by research. They are also time-limited and structured to help individuals make the most of their time in therapy.

Accepting New Patients with the following insurance