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Denver A. Hall, Ph.D.

CAPS Clinician
Pronouns: He/Him/His

Denver has had the pleasure of working with college students and adults for the last 8 years, with the majority of his training taking place within various university counseling centers. Besides providing both individual and group therapy, Denver also has significant experience conducting various psychological and diagnostic assessments. Denver approaches therapy from a primarily interpersonal orientation, with clinical interests that include training and supervision, as well as working with college students and emerging adults around issues related to anxiety and mood, interpersonal and relational concerns, ADHD, existential concerns, and individuals' overall adjustment to college.

Doctoral Degree:
Tennessee State University
Counseling Psychology

Doctoral Internship:
University of Houston Counseling and Psychological Services