Dr. Paggeot completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Eastern Michigan University. She has worked with adults and couples in a variety of settings, including college counseling, hospital emergency room and inpatient floors, forensic inpatient, and veteran’s hospitals. Across these settings, Dr. Paggeot has gained experience with both acute and long-term trauma, adjustment to life stressors and changes, couple’s distress and relationship problems, depression, anxiety, panic, personality disorders, and substance abuse problems. Dr. Paggeot has received expert training in many forms of evidence-based psychotherapy, and is particularly well-versed in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Integrative Behavioral Couple’s Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Although her clinical interests are broad, Dr. Paggeot particularly enjoys helping clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, sleep difficulties, chronic nightmares, borderline personality disorder, emotional dysregulation, and relationship distress. Her interventions are both genuine and transparent, and she takes pride in ensuring her clients have both the understanding and the tools necessary to maintain and enhance their own wellbeing long after her relationship with them has ended. Dr. Paggeot strives to foster a nonjudgmental, compassionate space to facilitate the delivery of high-quality care to individuals of all backgrounds and identities.