Curtis Greenfield, Psy.D.

Dr. Curtis Greenfield: Counselor at APA in Tacoma, WA

Curtis G.G. Greenfield, Psy.D. attained his doctoral degree from the APA accredited American School of Professional Psychology. He completed both his internship and pre-doctoral residency in the San Francisco Bay area working with an array of clients who were experiencing depression and anxiety, relationship fractures, co-parenting issues, and other emotional struggles. Dr. Greenfield went on to complete a coveted CAPIC credentialed post-doctoral residency working in care-homes and other acute care settings providing services for individuals previously diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease, Dementia, and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). While there Dr. Greenfield also lead public seminars on aging and was a guest speaker at San Francisco State University.

Dr. Greenfield specializes in working with older adults and their care givers, with couples who are restructuring their relationship, and with adolescents/young adults who are exploring their relationships to self and others. He is comfortable working with clients from multiple faith traditions, with artists and other creatives, with members of the Rave/PLUR community, and with individuals who have been court mandated to attend therapy. Dr. Greenfield holds additional specialized certificates in Hypnotherapy, in Military Mental Health, and is a member of the American Psychological Association.

When working with clients Dr. Greenfield uses a psychodynamic approach to treatment that emphasizes elements of positive psychology and Imago therapy. His goal is for his clients to understand why they are making decisions and to gain insight into their previously misunderstood or unfulfilled behavior(s). Along the way Dr. Greenfield helps his clients to feel increased levels of contentment with their past, to feel enhanced levels of joy in their current relationships, and to have a brighter hope for their future. Dr. Greenfield is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of Washington; he joined Allenmore Psychological Associates in 2013.