Types of Clients
Adults and Adolescents (high school and older)
Dr. Moran (Zach, if you prefer) is a licensed psychologist who emphasizes the importance of collaboration on individualized treatment for each client while drawing from the methods of scientifically supported techniques. While a generalist, Dr. Moran has particular expertise in the areas of mood and emotional struggles, coping with trauma, issues of identity, thought disorders, and integration of psychological wellbeing with religion, spirituality, and philosophy. Dr. Moran continually uses feedback from each client to ensure that we are on the right track toward addressing your concerns and progressing toward your goals. Dr. Moran embraces opportunities to work with individuals of all racial, cultural, religious/philosophical, gender and sexual orientations.
Training and Experience
PhD University of California-Los Angles (UCLA)
Intern at UCLA Counseling and Psychological Service
Undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in psychology and philosophy
Dr. Moran also serves as a unit psychologist and research psychologist at the Mendota Mental Health Institute.
Dr. Moran has training and experience with a wide variety of treatment approaches and will work to match that approach to your individual needs and preferences. Techniques include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic psychotherapy, mindfulness-based models, and interpersonal therapy.