Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Alliant University
Grace E. Hazeltine, Ph.D. earned her doctoral degree and MA in Clinical Psychology from Alliant University. As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Hazeltine works with adults, adolescents, and couples dealing with anxiety, loss, conflicted relationships, troubled self-esteem, identity confusion, emotional dysregulation, trauma, tendency to self-harm, and disordered eating. She is well-versed in working with LGBTQ+ identified persons and has received advanced training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, developing a particular fondness for contemporary relational approaches. Dr. Hazeltine conducted her dissertation research on the inclusivity of marginalized groups in demographic questionnaires. She has authored and coauthored several articles in peer reviewed journals. In addition to her private practice, Grace helps graduate students edit and complete dissertation projects.