Dr. McGrath is a 2011 graduate of the American Psychological Association accredited Marshall University School of Professional Psychology in Huntington, West Virginia, a program which emphasizes a generalist skill set and service with rural and underserved populations. He provides diagnostic assessments, neuropsychological/psychological testing, and psychotherapy for a wide range of ages and presenting problems.

Dr. McGrath approaches problems from a cognitive behavioral perspective, which emphasizes the interplay between a person’s environmental stressors, subjective perception, emotional reactions, and coping responses. He strives to ensure that clients have a chance to be heard and validated, understanding that it is easy to give advice but much harder to put it into practice and effect change in a person’s life.