Clinical Supervisor Office-Based Therapist

Dr. Ryan Hovis is a licensed psychologist who has an extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He has experience in multiple settings, including community mental health, inpatient, partial hospitalization, therapeutic day school, college counseling center, and inpatient. Dr. Hovis specializes in trauma, abuse, neglect, family relationships difficulties, anxiety, depression, behavioral regulation, developmental disorders, cultural responsiveness, and spirituality. Dr. Hovis believes in the importance of being seen and heard. He works to establish a strong rapport, and in this space begins to explore each client’s path to hope. With collaboration and improvisation in the therapeutic space, change begins to emerge, and people begin to discover new possibilities. Dr. Hovis further believes in empowerment of individuals and families, and that therapeutic success translates into people moving toward the best versions of themselves with the ability to maintain success over time. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Hovis has been a guest lecturer at Wheaton College and Bethel University.

Therapeutic Modalities: family systems, mindfulness, narrative, emotion-focused, humanistic, culturally responsive.

Specialties: Children, adolescents, trauma, relational, LGBTQ+ ally.

Certifications/Trainings: Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), Child-Parent Psychotherapy (training), Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) (training), DC 0-5.