MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- Dr. David Mathis has relocated his psychology practice to Murfreesboro, following many years of serving the Tullahoma area.
His new office is located at 1134 Dow St.
The move to Murfreesboro comes on the heels of his recent appointment by Gov. Bill Haslam to the Board of Examiners in Psychology, which is division of the Tennessee Department of Health. Mathis will serve as a psychologist representative on the board.
Mathis is a native of Middle Tennessee and has practiced as a psychologist since 1993.
He provides individual, couples and family therapy and specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and depressive disorders. He has a special interest in assisting and consulting with families of individuals with autism to address behavior and transition issues as they advance in age.
“Advice is easy to come by – just ask someone and you will get an opinion,” he said. “Counseling and psychotherapy are not as easy as advice giving.
“I believe that individuals are seeking someone who can acutely listen and can assist them in understanding their own needs. As a psychologist, I have specialized training regarding emotional health, as well as modifying and changing behavior. It is a privilege to assist others as they face and grow through issues due to mental health or personal challenges in life.”
The longtime psychologist also has experience helping people with the treatment of alcohol abuse and chemical dependency, attention problems, grief and loss issues, impulse control disorders, pain management, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as stress management.
He also provides consultation with businesses and schools, in addition to providing evaluations for court-related matters like child custody cases.
Mathis is currently accepting new clients.
To make an appointment or to find out more information about Mathis, call 615-624-4494 or visit www.drdavidcmathis.com.
-- Marie Kemph, email@example.com