Allenmore Psychological Associates remains OPEN. During this period of concern and anxiety having access to quality behavioral health care is important and our staff is dedicated to ensuring your behavioral health care needs are met. In the unlikely event that the WA Department of Health directs us to close we will notify patients via telephone on the day of their appointment (similar to our Snow Day policy). If you are an existing patient who is demonstrating symptoms associated with the coronavirus or impacted by related closures (e.g. cannot find day care due to a school closure) and need to cancel we ask that you inform our staff as soon as possible, APA will not charge you for a late cancellation.

Kim Burrow, MSW, LICSW

Kim Burrow, LICSW obtained her master’s degree in social work from the University of Washington in 2001, where her graduate studies focused on the treatment of children, teens, and families. Ms. Burrows completed internships at Remann Hall Juvenile Detention Center, and Casey Family Programs in Tacoma, Washington. Ms. Burrow is currently working towards obtaining her doctoral degree in psychology through University of California Southern. Most recently, Ms. Burrow has been working with Multicare Behavioral Health in Auburn, Washington providing psychodynamic psychotherapy to children, teens and adults. Before that in 2009, Ms. Burrow secured a six-year contract position to work with military personnel, including Special Forces service members, and their families, assisting them in dealing with the challenges with multiple deployments and family dynamics.

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TJ Carver, MA, LMFT

TJ obtained his Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Whitworth University in 2017. He has significant experience working with adolescents, young adults, and couples. TJ works comfortably with a spectrum of issues from mood disorders, anxiety, and identity to grief, trauma, and addiction. TJ is also experienced in providing couple and family therapy. For individuals, TJ draws from evidence-based modalities such as Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. For couple and family work, TJ practices Emotionally Focused Couple and Family Therapy (EFT/EFFT). In general, his approach aims to come alongside the patient and guide them toward their own personal meaning and growth in life.

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Brett Copeland, Psy.D.

Brett Copeland, Psy.D., obtained his clinical psychology doctoral degree from George Fox University in 2007. He began working with Allenmore Psychological Associates in March 2008 and became an owner of the practice in January 2010. Dr. Copeland treats adults and adolescents struggling with a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, academic and career difficulties, and sexual excess and compulsivity. His treatment approach includes developmental theory, cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, and Acceptance and Commitment Theory. He is a member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science and regularly presents on modern approaches to treating sexual addiction and related problems.

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Ann Darin-Amos, MA, LMHC

Ann Darin-Amos MA, LMHC graduated from Saint Martin’s University with a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology in 2004. She completed her master’s internship hours as a Child and Family Therapist at South Mental Health Care in Tumwater. Ms.Darin-Amos then went to work as a Child and Family Therapist at Cascade Mental Health Care in Centralia. Following a move to Pierce County she joined the Child and Family Services Department at Greater Lakes Mental Health Care in Lakewood. There she provided mental health assessments and therapy to children, adolescents, young adults and their families for five years. In addition, she provided clinical supervision to master’s level interns. After obtaining her Licensed Mental Health Counselor credential, Ms. Darin-Amos was recruited to work on Joint Base Lewis McChord, to provide counseling to active duty members of the military and their families. Her time in this position has afforded her the opportunity to learn more about the specific stressors and challenges faced by this group.

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Krista DiVittore, Psy.D.

Dr. Krista DiVittore, PsyD is a clinical psychologist with a doctoral degree from Pacific University’s School of Professional Psychology in Hillsboro, Oregon. Dr. DiVittore enjoys providing individual counseling and evaluations to adolescents and adults with a broad range of presentations, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, stress and life transitions, and neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism and social communication disorders. In her counseling practice, she draws from various techniques including: cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, solution-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing.

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Tara Fairfield, PhD, PsyD

My approach is centered on you and what you want to accomplish through the therapeutic process. I utilize Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), Imagery and more. Treatment sessions are tailored to meet your specific needs and goals. My educational background includes a Masters in Counseling and Doctorate in Psychology from Northern Arizona University. I completed a master’s internship at the Guidance Center in Flagstaff working with children, teens, adults, and families. My post-doctoral work included working at the Coconino County Juvenile detention center specifically with teens. Most recently I worked with adults experiencing serious mental illness committed to an inpatient setting.

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Philip Frank, Ph.D.

Philip J Frank, PhD is one of the founding members of Allenmore Psychological Associates, and he has been a practicing psychotherapist for more than 40 years. Not only is Dr. Frank an experienced clinician in the treatment of psychological disorders, he has also spent the last 20 years studying Positive Psychology. Dr. Frank is particularly interested in the ways in which psychotherapy can contribute to individuals living a rewarding life with a deep peace of mind. Over the years, Dr. Frank’s clients have given consistently positive feedback about his approach to counseling. He enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.

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Annette Gagnon, ARNP

Annette Gagnon, MA, ARNP is licensed in the state of Washington as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner. Her practice focuses on treating adults 18 years of age and older with a wide range of mental health concerns. Ms. Gagnon provides holistic medication evaluation, treatment and management considering the psychological, social and biological aspects of each individual. She enjoys providing education and consultation regarding lifestyle changes to her patients. Ms. Gagnon attended the University of Washington and completed a Master of Arts degree in Psychosocial Nursing in 2001. The International Association of Nurses selected her as Top Psychiatric and Mental Health Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner in Tacoma in 2011.

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Curtis Greenfield, Psy.D.

Curtis G.G. Greenfield, Psy.D. joined Allenmore Psychological Associates in 2013. He became an owner of the practice in June 2016. A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Dr. Greenfield earned his doctorate from the APA Accredited American School of Professional Psychology. He specializes in Geropsychology and in working with couples. Dr. Greenfield also provides individual counseling to adults and adolescents aged 14 and up, who are looking to increase their levels of contentment and happiness. Dr. Greenfield is an active member of the American Psychological Association.

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Mattie Harrison, MA, LMFT

Mattie obtained her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pacific Lutheran University in 2016. She works with individuals ages 13 and older dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, grief and other adjustment disorders, as well as families and couples managing conflict and relationship problems. Mattie’s treatment approach involves Narrative, Experiential/Emotion-Centered and Solution-Focused therapies.

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Debi Kabisch, ARNP

Debi Kabisch, ARNP, graduated from University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 1996, then completed her Master of Arts degree in Family Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing at Vanderbilt University in 2001. Debi is licensed by the State of Washington as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) . She is well versed and experienced in assessing, diagnosing and treating child and adult mental disorders – having worked in community mental health for over a decade in King County. She transitioned to Pierce County to be closer to her family.

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April Luman, MA, LMHC, LMFTA

April is a Mental Health Counselor who is also working on completing her Marriage and Family Therapist licensure as she predominately works with children, teens, and families. April treats a variety of mental health concerns. These include: depression, anxiety, relationship, behavioral concerns, and trauma survivors. April is trained in both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR). Operating from a systems-theory and client centered approach, April feels her holistic and eclectic style allows her to customize treatment to her client’s needs.

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Jessica Malley, Ph.D., NCSP

Jessica Malley, PhD, NCSP is a licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist. She has over 15 years of training and experience providing psychological, academic, emotional, and behavioral assessment, diagnosis, consultation, and therapeutic intervention. At APA, Dr. Malley works with individuals, families, schools, and health care providers effected by Autism, learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, behavioral, and emotional challenges.

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Jill McCarl, PhD, LMHC

In my practice, I take into consideration all aspects of the client, using a person-centered approach. This often will include a holistic approach to treatment, including but not limited to the following areas: medical components, family dynamics, cultural stressors/impacts, relationship dynamics, occupational issues, and individual’s spirituality. I tailor each treatment plan to the client, including their personal goals in treatment. I am trained in various therapy modalities, including Cognitive Behavior therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused therapy, Acceptance Commitment therapy, Rogerian therapy, and others. I am eager to apply my experience and compassion with clients as they begin to address issues that will help them to improve their quality of life, while learning more about themselves, and attaining a sense of fulfillment.

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Erin MCManus, DNP, ARNP

Erin received her doctorate of nursing from the University of Washington with a focus in mental health in 2018. Before this she worked as a nurse in multiple mental health focused settings. Erin works with patients age 7 to 21. She has experience with mild to acute psychiatric diagnoses. Erin has worked as a psychiatric provider in both inpatient and outpatient settings with a focus in pediatrics mental health.

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Catherine McNaughton, MA, LMFT

Catherine earned her Marriage and Family Therapy License from Alliant International School of Psychology. She worked with couples experiencing marital conflict at Latter Day Saints Family Services. Catherine has supported children, teens, adults, couples, and families to develop skills and strengths while confronting their problems to recognize positive thought patterns and achieve positive outcomes. Catherine has experience in both individual and family therapy working through issues such as self-esteem, depression, pornography, eating disorders, and other personal, school, or social issues.

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W. Kefron McCaw, Psy.D.

W. Kefron McCaw earned his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in San Diego, California in 2015. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of California in Santa Barbara in 2007. He has received clinical training at Advanced Neurobehavioral Health of Southern California, San Diego State University Counseling and Psychological Services, the Catholic Charities Center for Counseling, and the Union of Pan Asian Communities (UPAC) Positive Solutions Program. Dr. McCaw enjoys providing assessment and psychotherapy to clients with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, grief and loss, stress management, and memory loss. He has experience working with different client populations, including those within the federal probation system, retired NFL players, college students, and older adults.

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Paul Nelson, Ph.D.

Paul Nelson, Ph.D. is one of the founding members of Allenmore Psychological Associates and has been with the practice since it’s inception in 1986. Dr. Nelson is a licensed clinical psychologist and has been practicing as a psychologist in the state of Washington since 1980. He completed his doctoral degree at the University of Florida, an internship at a Yale affiliated VA Hospital in West Haven, Connecticut and a post-doctoral year of training at the VA Hospital in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Nelson’s practice focuses on working with adults with depression, anxiety and anger control problems. He also specializes in working with individual’s suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder and life transition issues.

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Daniel Pratt, Psy.D.

Daniel Pratt, Psy.D. received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois in 2014. As part of his clinical training, he has worked at four university counseling centers, a private practice, and a community mental health center. Dr. Pratt provides counseling to adolescents and adults for a variety of mental health concerns. He works with people experiencing anxiety, depression, grief and loss, adjustment issues, disordered eating behaviors and relationship difficulties. Dr. Pratt has specialized training providing counseling services to adolescent and adult survivors of sexual, physical, and emotional trauma. Dr. Pratt also provides psychological assessment services.

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Winona Wallace, MA, LMHC

Winona Wallace, MA, licensed mental health counselor, received her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology degree from St. Martin’s University in 2014, and completed her internship at Crossroads Treatment Center. During that time, she led Intensive Outpatient, Relapse Prevention, and Aftercare groups. After this she worked for Behavioral Health Resources in Olympia, and MultiCare Behavioral Health in Tacoma. While at MultiCare, she worked as a therapist treating adults, children, and performing intakes. Winona is in the process of finishing her training for the Chemical Dependency Professional licensure. Winona enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults of all ages. She works with clients dealing with mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety, self-esteem issues, PTSD, grief and loss, and those facing other life challenges.

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Jen Webb, MACP

Jen Webb, MACP, obtained her master’s degree in counseling psychology from Northwest University in 2020 and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree at Northwest University. To this end, she serves as a Psychometrist as part of a one-year internship with Allenmore Psychological Associates. In this role, Ms. Webb conducts testing services in order to gain a better understanding of an individual’s psychological and intellectual functioning. Testing services include: intelligence, personal aptitudes, skills and abilities, and signs and symptoms of mental disorders. Ms. Webb understands that testing can often feel overwhelming or even intimidating and works hard to ensure that clients feel a sense of ease during testing sessions.

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