Grant obtained his Masters in Clinical Behavioral Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. In addition to outpatient therapy, Grant conducts formal bariatric psychological evaluations prior to bariatric candidates receiving surgery, as well as formal ADHD assessments. He has experience working with community mental health populations, children and adolescents diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders, as well as both inpatient psychiatric and college counseling facilities. His diverse experience and interests include anxiety and mood disorders, mindfulness, finding and instilling motivation, behavioral difficulties, and developmental disabilities. Grant’s therapeutic approach pulls from empirically supported treatments stemming from the broad cognitive-behavioral domain, including more specific treatments such Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Exposure-based therapies to assist clients with their unique struggles. He takes a caring, nonjudgmental approach to clients of all identities and beliefs, understanding that this is key to building a meaningful therapeutic alliance.