My journey in becoming a therapist started in a village in Zambia, Africa when I discovered and experienced the vast possibility of the human spirit to heal and transform after significant trauma and loss. This transformation happens within relationship with someone that cares and speaks worthiness into the life of the hurting. This is a process that transforms individuals and couples all across the globe and can happen within the safety of a therapeutic setting.
I began my training at Vanderbilt Psychological and Counseling Center while studying Professional Counseling at Lipscomb University and continued my training in a doctoral program for Clinical Psychology at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. I work with adolescents, adults and couples in order to address the long-term issues of depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress, relationship issues, and grief. My hope is to journey together to find a more integrated sense of self and purpose within your life.
Quincee Gideon is a psychologist and a registered psychological assistant (PSB94021721) practicing under the supervision of Dr. Brad Strawn, licensed psychologist (PSY17617).