Julia McAninch

Julia McAninch
1105 17th Ave. South

I bring problem solving, collaboration, and facilitation skills to my diverse roles with clients. Identifying present concerns, historical factors, and future aims, I guide clients to increasing self-awareness and growth to achieve their goals, whether personal or professional.

Wheelchair, Public Transportation Available
I am a Founding Board Member and past President of the Middle Tennessee Collaborative Alliance (MTCA), www.mtcollab.com, and a member of the International Association of Collaborative Practitioners (IACP), www.collaborativepractice.com, working on collaborative divorces in the Middle Tennessee area. I also provide mediation as a Rule 31 Listed Mediator for families through the divorce process. I am a Co-Founder and Trainer with the Institute for Family Conflict Resolution (IFCR), www.divorcetrainers.com, providing national trainings for professionals serving families through the collaborative divorce process.
Self-Pay, Insurance: Out of Network Filing
Adolescent, Adult, Elderly, Couple, Family
Solo Private Practice (full time)
Licensed Psychologist

I welcome and affirm all forms of diversity, including persons from all religious and/or spiritual backgrounds, as well as the diversity of sexual and gender identities.

Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem Issues, Spiritual Issues, Gender Issues, Women`s Issues, Men`s Issues, GLBTI Issues, End of Life Issues, Relationship Issues, Financial Issues, Parenting Issues (child), Parenting Issues (adolescent), Parenting Issues (other), Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD), Grief & Mourning, Professional Burnout, Divorce Mediation, Divorce Recovery, Industrial Psychology, Minority Issues, Sexual Issues
Clinical Supervision, Divorce Mediation, Psychodynamic

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Julia McAninch