Dr. Reed completed his psychology and clinical psychology degrees from the University of Alaska Anchorage and his doctorate in counseling psychology from Alaska Pacific University. He completed an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited internship with Providence Family Medicine Center’s Integrated Behavioral Health program. His doctoral dissertation was entitled, Ancient Traditions and Modern Treatments: Combining Traditional Native Healing Practices with Cognitive-Behavioral Sex Offender Treatment. Dr. Reed is currently a licensed psychologist and a licensed professional counselor-supervisor, as well as a State of Alaska Approved Sex Offender Treatment Provider/Risk Evaluator, Level I.
Dr. Reed is a life-long Alaskan and an experienced clinical therapist who has worked with young to older adults with a variety of complex presenting problems using evidenced-based cognitive behavioral therapies (e.g., Unified Protocol, PE, CBTi). He is trained in various psychological assessment measures and is able to conduct psychological testing for various referral concerns, such as: sexual/violence risk assessments; autism spectrum disorder; attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder; cognitive concerns; custody evaluations; pre-surgical evaluations; posttraumatic stress disorder.
Dr. Reed’s research interests include the treatment of men who have committed sexual offenses, psychological assessment, and the integration of Native ways of knowing with evidence-based therapies.