Alex Young, PsyD

I am a licensed health psychologist originally from San Antonio, Texas. I have spent the last four years working within the primary care/hospital setting. I have experience providing communication coaching and teaching to internal medicine residents. I interface with medical providers and staff daily in my job as a health psychologist. When working with individuals I strive to work towards goals briefly and collaboratively to ensure progress. I specialize in brief behavior change, mood disorder, sleep, and LGBT issues. When not busy with work, I enjoy exploring different cities and being a foodie.

Cassie Sieg, PsyD

I am a licensed psychologist who has worked in medical settings over ten years, including in the ED, ICU, inpatient psychiatry, and outpatient clinics. I also spent five years as an active duty officer in the Navy where I focused on helping service members and medical professionals build resilience and improve their performance when under stress.
My approach balances self-awareness and practical skill building. I believe it can be empowering to understand why we respond the way we do–and necessary to learn new skills for changing those responses. I specialize in treating grief, trauma, work stress, relationship conflict, addiction, and depression. I am also passionate about working with clients to adapt therapy to their culture and life experiences.
I love living in the Pacific Northwest where I split my time between hiking in the woods, training rescue animals, and being mediocre at video games.

Katherine Buck, PhD

Dr. Katherine Buck is originally from North Carolina and trained at East Carolina University (Go Pirates!) in both Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Health Psychology. After finishing training in the Family Medicine department at the University of Colorado, she has been in Family Medicine residency education in Fort Worth, Texas for the past 5 years. In that role, she has been involved in training of medical students, residents, and behavioral medicine learners. Additionally, she has a strong interest in physician well-being and impairment concerns. Her clinical interests include couples therapy, sleep, and brief behavioral interventions. In her spare time, she enjoys watching football and any chance to go to the beach.

Tanya Vishnevsky, PhD

I received my doctorate degree in Clinical Health Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and my postdoctoral training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School within the Transplant Institute. Throughout my career, I have worked with a variety of health professionals – both as colleagues and as clients. I find it immensely rewarding to work with clinicians as a guide towards wellness.

I work with health professionals experiencing a diverse range of struggles – anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, phobias, grief, relationship difficulty, and many more. My area of specialization is behavioral medicine – helping people cope with the psychological effects of medical conditions such as chronic pain, insomnia, and obesity/overweight.

I love spending time with my family and staying active. And recently I started exploring a new form of artistic expression – quilting!