Sherri Gallagher, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
Psychological Services & Intervention will be closing effective October 1, 2013.
Dr. Gallagher provides therapeutic and evaluation services to children and adolescents, with a specialty in early childhood (infancy through preschool) services. Her interventions focus on returning the individual to a state of wellness, equilibrium, health, and happiness. She believes that each person’s birthright is to be happy, healthy, and divine.
Dr. Gallagher earned her doctorate in School Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado and her masters in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in Maryland. She has worked as a child psychologist in school systems over the past 13 years, taught at the university level for 5 years, and maintained a private practice for 5 years. She has lived in several states and worked in settings from large urban cities to rural towns.
Dr. Gallagher has a passion for travel, healthy cooking/living, and outdoor activities (running, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing). She enjoys Flagstaff’s sense of community and respect for nature.
Dr. Gallagher accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona PPO (BCBSAZ) and Arizona Foundation for Medical Care (AZFMC) insurances.
Aaron Goldman, M.D., Board Certified Child / Adolescent / Adult Psychiatrist
Dr. Goldman's psychiatric practice closed on May 15, 2012.
Dr. Goldman believes that we all fluctuate in and out of wellness… but that it is our intrinsic nature to be well. He helps individuals along their journey to wellness using both conventional and complementary medicines, using psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and child-centered play therapy.
Dr. Goldman graduated from Saba University’s School of Medicine and completed both his adult psychiatric training and child/adolescent fellowship at the Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. While in residency, he attended the Board of American Holistic Medicine, and he has trained beside like-minded individuals throughout his career. Dr. Goldman uses psycho-pharmacotherapy only when necessary, preferring to address the root causes of human suffering, whether they be early childhood trauma, diet, lifestyle, or lack of purpose / spirit.
Dr. Goldman currently resides in Flagstaff, where he enjoys nature, hiking, mountain-biking, and cooking. He is fluent in Spanish, which he learned during a foreign-exchange program to South America.