Dr. Muchirahondo is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Associate currently being supervised by Dr. Pamela Reeves. Doris specializes in individual, couples and family therapy. She provides psychotherapy to people struggling with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, PTSD, domestic violence, victims of crime and human trafficking.
Dr. Muchirahondo has experience working with various populations including the adults/elderly, adolescents, couples and abuse related issues. Working with adolescents/college students has been part of her practice. Helping people in distress to reconnect with those feelings that they once experienced is her goal.
Dr. Muchirahondo has received extensive training in the following areas: Evidence-Based Trauma Treatments and Interventions, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASSIST). She also is trained to work with Victims of Domestic Violence by Laura’s House. Her experience includes working with college students, in-patient psychiatric hospitals, victims of crime and residential care facilities for the elderly and adolescents. Although there are many models of psychology and counseling, Doris utilizes an eclectic collaborative approach in working with different populations. She utilizes several schools of psychological theories and methods in her work. However, it is CBT, Humanistic and Solution Focused Therapy that anchors her orientation to counseling.
Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology – Argosy University
Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology – Webster University
Bachelor of Arts in Child Development – Hope International University
American Association of Marriage Family Therapists
International Association of Trauma Professionals (IATP)