I conduct all sessions via Telehealth (online and telephone) for Nevada and California residents.  This means we can meet from your couch, your office, your backyard, or even your hotel room - basically, from wherever you have access to the Internet.  

Why now? Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and quarantining, it became necessary to provide continuity of care for my current clients. I must admit, I was trained "old-school" and was a bit resistant to the idea of offering Telehealth. However, once the quarantine went into effect, it was no longer a choice. I had to take the steps required to learn the technology and regulations in order to provide this modality to my clients. Once I started using Telehealth, to my surprise, I found I really enjoy it. The technology makes is so easy and the feedback I've received from clients has been positive too. 

Telehealth improves access to care who live in remote areas or who travel frequently, or other special circumstances, and are unable to meet with a clinician in person.  Things like rain, traffic, getting childcare, finding parking, make traveling even a short distance annoying.  Telehealth appointments minimize the inconvenience of travel time. Research has found that video therapy is as effective as in-person therapy.   

Most major insurance companies cover Telehealth appointments. If you are submitting invoices to your insurer for reimbursement, you will want to contact your insurance company to inquire if Telehealth sessions are covered. 

I use a confidential, secure, HIPAA compliant platform through Simple Practice for all our video chat sessions. With the advancement of Telehealth, Simple Practice makes it easy for us to connect with just a few clicks without making sacrifices in quality or privacy.  Our online counseling sessions are easy to set up and scheduled for your convenience. 

You will need to have a decent internet connection, along with a smartphone or computer with a webcam, in order to do a video chat session through Simple Practice. It’s as simple as that.

After you get signed up, you will receive a link via email that will direct you to the video session.  All you have to do is click that link a few minutes before your appointment begins, and you and I will be connected shortly.  So easy!


Psychodiagnostic evaluation (aka assessment) is conducted for the purpose of identifying diagnosis and treatment recommendations. The evaluation includes clinical interview, review of records (if provided), and observation in order to clarify concerns and determine degree of severity regarding behavior, personality traits, mood, emotional & social functioning, and cognitive processes. You may be asked to complete symptom screening forms (at no additional charge) and standardized testing may be recommended to further evaluate your mental processes with the purpose of ascertaining atypical clinical presentations.

​Individual Psychotherapy

Dr. Wright is currently not accepting new clients.

Workshops and Presentations

​Areas of Focus

Consultation and Supervision

Services and Treatment 

​Psychodiagnostic Evaluation

Workshops and presentations are available for community groups, organizations and schools. Topics include, but are not limited to: Stress Management, Suicide/Risk Management, Compassion Fatigue

Individualized workshops are available to meet the needs of your group.

Please contact me for more information.



Psychotherapy is often referred to as therapy or counseling and is a complex process that is difficult to summarize in a few sentences. Basically, therapy is based on a collaborative relationship at uncovering what is holding you back from living a full, authentic, healthy, and productive life.

Many people put off seeking the support they need because they feel embarrassed or simply don't know where to turn. People may rely on talking to their friends, family, co-workers, hairstylist, or bartender, before they will seek professional help. Having the support of loved ones who have your best interest at heart is a vital component to healing - no doubt!. However, you may feel judged, misunderstood, or perhaps you feel you are burdening others with your concerns.  In therapy, you don't have to worry about these things. 

There is considerable research to support the benefits and effectiveness of psychotherapy for a wide range of life stressors, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, interpersonal challenges, and relationship concerns. Therapy is a process to identify and address self-defeating thoughts, emotions and behaviors. I use evidenced-based treatments, which are those that have been shown through research to be the most effective. 

Obtaining appropriate professional consultation is an important element in the practice of mental health. I provide professional consultation to support the practice of mental health professionals (psychologists, mental health counselors, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, and addiction counselors) who are interested in expanding their areas of expertise or needing support around challenging clinical issues.

Teaching, training, and clinical supervision has been a significant area of interest and focus for me over the last 14 years. I enjoy serving as a secondary clinical supervisor for pre-doctoral and post-doctoral interns. You will find me to be a collaborative, supportive, and challenging supervisor - similar to my clinical work. I focus on clinical areas as it pertains to practice of psychology that includes diagnosis, treatment, risk assessment, professional standards of practice; professional ethics; acquisition and use of relevant knowledge and skills; professional development; values and attitudes that support collaboration with patients; clarity about professional identity, role accountabilities and responsibilities; and professional self-care.