Cameron Massey, M.A.
Cameron is a doctoral intern at CAPS. He received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in 2004 and his M.A. in Clinical-Health Psychology from Appalachian State in 2010. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical-Community Psychology at the University of South Carolina. Prior to entering his doctoral program, Cameron worked as a licensed masters-level psychologist in rural western North Carolina in community mental health and as a Clinical Research Coordinator through Appalachian State University. During his time in his Ph.D. program, Cameron worked predominately with high school and young adult populations, providing individual therapy and psychological evaluations in both university and private practice settings. He also has experience working with individuals with severe and persistent mental health conditions. Cameron approaches therapy from a cognitive-behavioral perspective, drawing on both CBT and acceptance and commitment (ACT) models to help his clients find ways to cope with stress and connect with their values. In his spare time, Cameron enjoys spending time with his family and pets, playing music, and engaging in outdoor activities.