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In my clinical practice, I work with many men and women who are struggling with trauma, grief, and loss. My clients are successful, driven, intelligent, and incredibly inspiring.

Sadly, many of my male clients report struggling with being able to express more difficult emotions about grief and loss with their partners and families.

Recently, I was asked by Virginia Pelley at Fatherly to comment about how grief can be misunderstood in men causing them to feel lonely and isolated and why this needs to change.

Check out the article HERE.

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Read more about our some of our psychologists’ approaches to treating traumatic distress and PTSD, vicarious trauma, and trauma treatment.

Dr. Newman is a certified therapist and supervisor for Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT) in children and adolescents and trained in TF-CBT at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Center for Child Abuse and Neglect and OU Children’s Hospital and School of Medicine.

Dr. Newman and some of our other psychologists are also trained in using prolonged exposure therapy (PE) with acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and cognitive processing therapy.

In our online therapy practice, we offer a variety of mental health services. We work with high-performing professionals and their families including lawyers, entrepreneurs, and many more. We primarily work with adults but also work with older teens, college, and professional students so long as we believe online therapy fits their needs. We provide treatment for anxiety, stress and burnout, ADHD, depression, trauma, vicarious trauma, and life transitions. Please contact our office and request an appointment to hear about the many ways we can help you thrive and be successful at work and home.


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Momentum Psychology’s resources are for informational purposes only and are not intended to assess, diagnose, or treat any medical and/or mental health disease or condition. Our resources do not imply nor establish any type of therapist-client relationship. The information should not be considered a substitute for consultation with a qualified mental health or medical provider who could best evaluate and advise based on a careful evaluation.