Paul Ingram is a life long Alaskan. He completed his graduate training at the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2012 earning a Master’s in Clinical Psychology. For the past five and a half years he has employed in community health settings. During this time he became board certified as a Licensed Professional Counselor. Paul has practiced extensively providing therapeutic support and evidence based interventions [or treatments] to children, adolescents, and adults who have unique experiences and a variety of life challenges. Paul’s therapeutic style and rapport has especially worked well with older children, adolescents, and young adults facing depressive, anxiety, and stress caused by life transitions. Additionally, Paul has extensive experience in providing adaptive therapies to individuals experiencing both mental illness and intellectual or developmental disabilities. In additional to working at Psychology Resources, Paul is the Director of Mental Health at Hope Community Resources Inc.
Paul has no intention of leaving Alaska and truly has a love for the beauty and serenity it has to offer. He enjoys getting outdoors and being in nature with his wife, dog, and social support network (which he admits are more like family than friends). Paul also enjoys athletic competition, both participation in such, and, less avidly, as a viewer.