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Nathaniel Strenger

Dr. Nathaniel Strenger, Psy.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology, Provisional Psychologist #37624
Supervised by Dr. Carrie Davidson

Practice Location: Dallas

Primary Specialties:
Child/Adolescent Psychotherapy
Individual/Couples Adult Psychotherapy
Psychoeducational/Psychodiagnostic Testing 

Topics Covered and Services Provided:
Psychotherapy and testing for children, adolescents, and adults
Trauma in children, adolescents, and adults
Working through depression
Coping with anxiety
Behavioral issues in children/adolescents
Learning differences
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Psychological assessment (including education and diagnosis for all ages)
Parenting issues
Spirituality concerns
Clergy families
Concerns for young males
Identity development
Couples counseling
Adjusting to divorce
Anger management with all ages 

My Goals for My Work
Dr. Nathaniel Strenger is a provisionally licensed psychologist.  As such, he provides psychological therapy and evaluation to children, teens, adults, and families.  Further, he leads preschool social skills groups as well as process-oriented therapy groups for struggling adolescents.  As part of his studies, he has taught, lead workshops, and written on topics ranging from trauma, emotional regulation in children, spirituality in the practice of psychology, community coordination in care, parenting concerns, and clergy family issues.  He has worked in outpatient community clinics, private practice, medical centers, and in university counseling.

In his work, Dr. Strenger draws upon a hope for mutuality, believing that all persons deserve mutuality in relationships even when it becomes difficult.  He thus strives to provide a collaborative, exploratory, and enlightening relationship for healing both in therapy and evaluation.  Creativity, conversation, play, coaching, and reflection are all tailored pieces of his work with others.

About Dr. Strenger:
Dr. Strenger’s educational background includes a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Fuller Graduate of Psychology in Pasadena, California.  Additionally, he holds a master’s degree in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary.