Psychological Perspectives LLC is a group private practice located in Pleasant Hills, right off of Route 51. We are comprised of two licensed psychologists, a licensed professional counselor, and doctoral level trainees. The focus of the practice is to provide a safe and supportive environment to address treatment issues, along with building a positive and caring therapeutic relationship.
Dr. Talkington is a licensed psychologist with training and experience providing individual and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. She is a Registered Play Therapist and a Parent-Children Interaction Therapy (PCIT) certified therapist. Psychological and school neuropsychological testing are offered to address and clarify issues pertaining to autism, ADHD, learning problems, and behavioral/ emotional issues. BHRS wraparound evaluations are also offered. Dr. Talkington has treated and specializes in various issues, including those related to anxiety, depression, anger, behavior issues, autism, pain management, adjustment concerns, trauma, divorce, sexual abuse, grief, parenting needs, and other psychiatric disorders.
Jason Dodson is a licensed professional counselor who has experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy, PCIT, and Trauma – Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Jason works with clients of all ages. He has several years experience as a professional counselor and in the helping professions.
Dr. Tara Greene-Minett, PhD NCSP is a Pennsylvania licensed psychologist, and a nationally and Pennsylvania Certified School Psychologist. Dr. Greene-Minett has experience providing services in variety of settings including community agencies, outpatient clinics, and schools working with children, adolescents, adults, and their families. She is trained in a variety of counseling techniques including Parent Child Interaction Therapy. Dr. Greene-Minett is a preferred prescriber for Best Practice evaluations. She also has experience and training in other diagnostic testing and psychological testing. Dr. Greene-Minett has experience and training working with individuals with a variety of concerns including behavioral and conduct problems, autism spectrum disorder, mood-related disorders, trauma, academic concerns, parenting needs, and other psychiatric disorders.