Haley Holt
Haley Holt earned her undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and her Master’s in Social Work degree at Valdosta State University. She completed her internship at Archbold Northside Partial Hospitalization Program, where she provided psychological services to meet a variety of presenting concerns.

After finishing her degree, she worked as an inpatient therapist conducting individual, group and family therapy in a hospital setting. Haley’s exposure to a wide range of client concerns has allowed her to gain versatile and invaluable clinical experience which contributes to her effectiveness as a therapist. Haley currently holds full, independent licensure in the State of Georgia as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

Haley’s professional experiences also consist of working in a leadership role, with duties including supervising entry level therapists and collaborating with community service providers. She has presented on a variety of mental health related topics for professionals, organizations and community members. Further, she has chaired fundraising efforts for mental health awareness.

Haley specializes in the treatment of Anxiety Disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)/OCD-Spectrum Disorders, depression, grief/loss, and body-focused repetitive disorders. Haley uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) and other evidence-based treatments to address client concerns by tailoring a treatment plan to client needs.

Haley is a professional member of the International Obsessive Compulsive Foundation (IOCDF) and the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA). She actively participates in nationally recognized trainings from the IOCDF.