Trey Ishee, Psy. D.

Trey provides psychotherapy to children, families, and parents. His training, research, and practice have focused on ADHD, parenting, disruptive behavior disorders, anger management, and child and adolescent depression. Dr. Ishee is an advocate of a strengths-based approach to treatment which emphasizes empowerment and problem-solving. He is also a member of the CAIS assessment team for… continue reading →

Terri James, Ph.D.

As the mother of two children, Terri James understands that all families strive for balance. Two main areas that can disrupt family balance are school difficulties and parenting stress. When your child is struggling in school, the entire family is affected. Assessment is an important step in identifying issues impacting school performance. The goal is… continue reading →

Rachel Kitson, Ph.D.

Rachel obtained her BA in sociology at Brown University and her doctorate at UNC-Chapel Hill. She has experience working in public schools, hospitals, psychiatric and mental health clinics, and forensic settings. Rachel specializes in working with young adults and adults who are navigating interpersonal relationships, managing the stress associated with major life transitions, and striving… continue reading →

Jennifer McConnell, M.A., Ed.S.

Jennifer McConnell works with children of all ages and their families by being passionate about promoting their academic, social, and emotional success, and she has a special interest in working with young children. Jennifer’s specialties include assessment for learning disabilities, ADHD, academic excellence, and early childhood/kindergarten readiness, as well as individual therapy for issues such as… continue reading →

Lindsey McKeon, RD, LDN, MA

Lindsey McKeon, RD, LDN, MA

Lindsey is passionate about living and advising others on a healthy lifestyle. She helps foster healthy eating habits and teaches others about finding balance in their lives. She devotes considerable time to continuing education in the area of eating disorders diabetes, weight management, and any other eating problems. Lindsey is very comfortable working with patients… continue reading →

Barrie Morganstein, Ph.D.

Dr. Morganstein works with clients of all ages by providing individual therapy, family therapy, and psychological assessment. In her therapeutic work, she specializes in Parenting, Behavioral & Emotional issues in Children, Auditory & Other Sensory Processing Disorders, ADHD Coaching, Self-Esteem & Identity, and Motherhood Issues such as Post-partum Depression & Anxiety. Dr. Morganstein regularly conducts… continue reading →

Craig Pohlman, Ph.D.

Craig Pohlman directs Mind Matters, Southeast Psych’s learning success program. Over his career, Craig has helped thousands of struggling learners through assessment, consultation, therapy, and advocacy. He believes in describing learners in terms of strengths and weaknesses, not just with labels and diagnoses. He also strives to communicate findings and strategy ideas as clearly as… continue reading →

Darci Carter, SSP

Darci Carter has worked in a variety of schools within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, not only as a School Psychologist, but also as a School Counselor for 7+ years. Currently, she is providing educational advocacy and consulting through Mind Matters at Southeast Psych. Through her own professional and personal experiences (raising 2 daughters), Darci helps to… continue reading →

Kelley Bolton, Psy. D.

Through individual and group therapy, Kelley offers a relational, strengths-based approach in order to help clients thrive through whatever circumstances life may bring. She particularly enjoys working with early school age children and females with Aspergers. In addition to her clinical practice, Kelley offers consultation services to church, Christian school, and Christian nonprofit leadership teams… continue reading →

Tracy Barcott, Ph. D.

Tracy works with children from birth through adolescence. She specializes in conducting comprehensive evaluations for autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning and behavioral problems, and anxiety/depression and also provides parent consultation and individual therapy to address these concerns. She has extensive specialized training and experience in using the ADOS for diagnostic purposes. Tracy also conducts PCIT… continue reading →