- Brief Solution-Focused Therapy
- Mood/Anxiety Disorders
- Stress Management
- Anger Management
- Couples/Relationship Issues
- Life Transitions
Dr. Warrior offers psychotherapy to adult individuals and couples. Her expertise in diagnosis and assessment ensures that treatment will be appropriate, effective, and efficient. Her collaborative approach draws from motivational interviewing and change stage theory, helping clients recognize and use their own strengths to make desired life changes.
Dr. Warrior specializes in using Cognitive Behavioral and other evidence-based methods to help clients cope with anxiety, mood disorders, job and relationship stressors and life-stage challenges. She enjoys teaching anger management, assertiveness skills and stress management skills. Her theoretical orientation is brief, solution-focused therapy.
Education and Training
Dr. Warrior received her undergraduate education from Iowa State University-Ames in Psychology and Zoology (B.S.). She has advanced degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in clinical psychology (M.S. and Ph.D.). Dr. Warrior’s clinical internship training was with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. She has been licensed as a Psychologist since 1985.