Allison Bashe, Ph.D
Dr. Allison Bashe is a licensed psychologist who specializes in treatment for adolescents and families. Her professional background includes working with children, teens, adults, couples, and families in a variety of outpatient, inpatient, and residential settings. Family adjustment challenges when a teenage family member becomes pregnant and mind-body health challenges with clients encountering both physical and mental health challenges are two areas of particular clinical interest for Dr. Bashe.
Dr. Bashe is available to help children, teenagers, adults, and families struggling with the following:
- Identity (e.g., sexual orientation)
- Transitions (e.g., college, career, relationships, acute/chronic illnesses)
- Behavior problems
- Substance abuse
- Stress management
- Anger management
- Pain management
Dr. Bashe strongly believes in working collaboratively toward creating a more meaningful and satisfying life for her clients. Dr. Bashe uses an integrative approach to care that includes cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal, emotion-focused, client-centered, family systems, motivational, and mindfulness-based (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) methods.
Dr. Bashe is a Pittsburgh native who returned to this area in early 2011 after spending 12 years in Colorado. She received her BA in Psychology and English from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995, and she obtained her PhD in Clinical Psychology in 2000 from Stony Brook University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship (2000) and a post-doctoral fellowship (2001) at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan.