Chase Yeatman, Ph.D.
Dr. Chase Yeatman is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist that works with a wide range of populations including teens and adults. He is a clinician and supervisor who provides individually personalized care that is centered in the client's therapeutic goals to offer the best possible outcomes. Dr. Yeatman specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) but also uses an integrative approach to therapy based on the needs of the client and their specialized care. Additionally, Dr. Yeatman integrates virtual reality services into specialized care for a variety of services including exposure therapy when working with phobias, relaxation and mindfulness training.
Dr. Yeatman’s areas of interest include working with adults and adolescents who have ADHD and helping them customize behavioral plans to mitigate ADHD symptoms. Additionally, Dr. Yeatman works with clients from a variety of faith backgrounds and is comfortable helping client’s integrate their faith backgrounds into their care and treatment. He has experience working with patients and caregivers of people who have suffered Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), neurodegenerative disease, and dementia and is passionate about helping them plan, adjust, and acclimate to the challenges it may bring.
He received his Doctorate and Master’s from the Fuller School of Psychology, and his Bachelor's Degree from Westmont College. He is originally from Maryland and enjoys playing soccer, cooking and spending time with friends and family.