Jessica Chiodini is our Office Administrator. Jessica is a nontraditional student at St. Louis University School of Social Work, and provides support to Psychological Services of St. Louis by helping new clients match with a clinician, answering questions, and generally assisting folks in accessing and navigating our services. She also provides support with insurance billing, scheduling, and other day-to-day operations. Jessica is kindhearted and down-to-earth, so don't hesitate to contact her with any questions!
And now, on to our clinical staff:
Liz Davis Goldman, Ph.D.
(MO license #2010009570)
Dr. Liz Davis Goldman holds Master's (2005) and Doctoral (2008) degrees from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Her bachelor’s degree in journalism is from University of Missouri-Columbia. She completed her predoctoral clinical internship at SUNY Upstate Medical University in 2008. Her postdoctoral fellowship was at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System (2009). From 2009 to 2021, Dr. Davis Goldman worked at the VA here in St. Louis. She specialized in providing care to veterans with substance use disorders and post-traumatic stress disorders. She also served as the first ever hospital-wide LGBTQ veteran care coordinator from 2016 to 2020.
Dr. Davis Goldman co-founded Psychological Services of St. Louis in 2013. After a long hiatus, she returned to the practice in May 2021. She provides individual and couples therapy.
Dr. Davis Goldman is pleased to work with clients regardless of presenting problem. Her usual style in individual therapy is integrative, likely drawing from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, feminist therapy, relational therapy. Her approach to couples therapy is based on the Gottman method.
Timika Edwards, Ph.D.
(MO license #2014040973)
Dr. Timika Edwards earned her doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Georgia; completed her Master’s degree in Counseling and Family Therapy; and obtained her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Dr. Edwards is a Licensed Psychologist who provides individual, group, and family therapy for diverse populations with an array of presenting problems such as family/relationship dynamics, LGBT issues, abuse/trauma, mood disorders, and spirituality/religion identity. She also conducts psychological evaluations to provide clients with a clearer picture of possible psychological concerns. Her clinical experience and research interests have a multicultural focus.
Dr. Edwards' therapeutic approach highlights strengths and involves an interpersonal process focus that integrates family systems, psychodynamic, and cognitive behavioral techniques. Dr. Edwards sees the necessity in building a trusting and supportive environment with the client to help work toward uncovering the beauty in their life’s journey. She helps clients work through difficult situations, phases, and/or emotions/thoughts toward their therapeutic goal. Additionally, Dr. Edwards has interests in teaching, supervision, and outreach services to marginalized populations.
Gregory A. Goldman, Ph.D.
(MO license #2010030791)
Dr. Goldman graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Arkansas with his bachelor's degree in psychology, and then went on to complete his Master's and Doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. After working for a year as a substance abuse counselor, Dr. Goldman completed his predoctoral internship at the University of Pittsburgh Counseling Center. He then went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan Psychological Clinic (now a division of the Mary Rackham Institute). Dr. Goldman was a Staff Psychologist at Washington University in St. Louis Habif Health & Wellness Center from 2011 to 2016, where he provided individual, couples and group counseling.
Dr. Goldman is one of the founders of Psychological Services of St. Louis, where he conducts individual and couples therapy. Dr. Goldman also provides assessment services including comprehensive psychological testing and mental health evaluations.
Dr. Goldman is particularly interested in how people relate to themselves and others; recurrent interpersonal problems; managing depression, anxiety, difficult emotions, and transitions; diversity concerns including LGBTQIA+ issues; mindfulness; and existential concerns. Dr. Goldman is a SafeZone-trained ally to the LGBTQIA+ community. He also enjoys supervising clinicians in training.
Meg Jennings, MSW, LCSW
(MO license #2018030499)
Meg Jennings graduated from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis with her Master of Social Work in 2008. Prior to attending graduate school, she completed her bachelor's degree at Pomona College and then spent two years serving with AmeriCorps St. Louis. As a licensed clinical social worker, she has worked in a variety of outpatient mental health settings, including community mental health centers, non-profit agencies, and in private practice.
Meg values creating safe and collaborative relationships with clients. She works with children (ages 9+), adolescents, and adults in individual and family therapy. She has experience with a range of presenting concerns, including depression, anxiety, trauma, emotional dysregulation, grief, and relational issues, including parenting challenges. Her therapeutic approaches and training include dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and trauma-focused approaches. She also has an interest in supervising clinicians in training.
Katrice Kendle, MEd, PLPC, NBCC
(Under the supervision of Timika Edwards, PhD)
Katrice Kendle holds a Master’s degree in Education, Community Counseling, CACREP program and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a Communications minor, both obtained at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Katrice offers counseling to adult clients and recognizes the heightened need for caregiver support. Caregivers seeking counseling services are encouraged to reach out to Katrice, as well as adults navigating matters associated with advancing age, and the stressors that may result. Having been a direct caregiver for more than 10 years, Katrice has unique experiences navigating the continuum care model, which generally starts with an adult’s transition from their home through hospice as needed. At every step, both caregivers and seniors alike may face emotional challenges that warrant the assistance of a skilled helper.
Ultimately, Katrice’s goal is to create a safe space for her clients as they navigate therapy. Particularly, those clients who are new to the counseling process. Katrice uses an integrative approach to therapy, in which customized theories are applied that best meet the needs of clients. Katrice recognizes life events sometimes need immediate action that result in a client seeking a skilled helper. For this reason, she offers solution-focused brief therapy as well.
Katrice is inspired by recent shifts to standardize mental health treatment. Throughout the profession’s history, many have sought and received help in the shadows, or not at all because of lack of access. As a mental health professional, Katrice is determined to do her part to address the need.
Katrice is welcoming new clients today, both in person and online.
Brittany N. Murphy, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, BC-TMH
(MO license #2013022876)
Dr. Brittany Murphy earned a doctorate in Counselor Education & Supervision from the University of Missouri - St. Louis and a Master of Arts in Community Counseling from Saint Louis University. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from St. Olaf College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and English, with a concentration in linguistics.
Dr. Murphy is a co-owner at Psychological Services of St. Louis, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Missouri, a National Certified Counselor, and a Board Certified-Telemental Health provider. She has worked in private practice, college, and agency settings with clients of all ages, working with a variety of concerns including self-esteem, coping skills, life transitions, family and peer relationships, anxiety, depression, loss, acculturative stress, compassion fatigue, and multicultural identities. She sees clients in the office as well as online using HIPAA-secure videosynchronous software. Dr. Murphy also provides supervision to provisional licensed professional counselors (PLPCs) in the state of Missouri.
When not at PSSTL, Dr. Murphy teaches counseling courses and content to healthcare professionals-in-training at Webster University and Maryville University. You can also find Dr. Murphy on Instagram - @drbrittanymurphy.
Andrew Wislocki, Ph.D.
(MO License # 2018036029)
Dr. Andrew Wislocki received his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has trained and worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health, a psychiatry outpatient clinic, and university counseling centers. In therapy, Dr. Wislocki helps people discover and capitalize on their innate strengths, while also supporting them in learning new ways to relate to themselves and others, all in order to build more satisfying lives.
Dr. Wislocki works with many individuals, particularly those who are anxious, depressed, have experienced trauma, have relational difficulties, face systemic barriers and oppression due to their identities, or struggle with their emotions. He also addresses existential concerns in counseling/therapy, which can include coming to terms with losses or role transitions, finding meaning when little is to be found, making peace with oneself, creating more satisfying relationships with others, and reducing the paralysis that arises from choice.