Mallory is a licensed professional counselor in Nashville, Tennessee. Mallory received both her bachelor’s degree in psychology and her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Alabama. During her graduate studies at Alabama, Mallory worked with adolescents and adults with eating disorders as well as with college students who experienced sexual assault, domestic violence, and childhood abuse.
In 2015, Mallory began working at Rogers Behavioral Health in Nashville. There, she received extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and worked with individuals with severe obsessive compulsive disorder and anxiety disorders in the partial hospitalization program. Mallory provided individual and group therapy and worked with families to learn how to support their loved one throughout treatment.
After completing more than 3,000 supervised hours providing intensive services to individuals with OCD and anxiety disorders, Mallory is now providing outpatient care to individuals in Nashville. She is a marathon and trail runner and encourages clients to incorporate exercise into their lives in order to further decrease anxiety and improve mood.