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Clinical Psychologist



T. J. Raney

The fundamental goal of therapy is healing and personal growth. Therapy recognizes the unique individual strengths and challenges of the person seeking help, and advocates for their ability to make meaningful changes in their lives. Therapy is a collaboration between the client and the therapist, with each bringing essential perspectives to the relationship. The therapist has experience and training, and the patient is the expert on their situation. Therapy seeks to equip individuals with skills and tools to cope with the challenges they face, and to engage them with curiosity and acceptance, rather than judgment, in a safe and supportive environment.

dr. raney's philosophy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing

Common Modalities

anxiety, depression, and eating disorders


teens to adults

Patient Demographics

I am a clinical psychologist with 30 years of experience working with patients of all ages in outpatient and hospital settings. I provide individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy and couples therapy with clients who have a wide variety of mental health concerns. I am a recognized expert in the treatment of patients with eating disorders and body image disturbance. I have had an extensive career as a faculty member in academic settings, training and supervising psychiatry residents and therapists in the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

  • I have focused my career on treating patients who suffer from eating disorders, depression, anxiety and other mood related issues, especially those that impact body image and self-esteem.
  • I have specialized training and experience required to treat children, adolescents and their families, as well as adults.
  • I provide couples therapy, especially for couples in which one partner is struggling with mental health issues.
  • Mental health providers need support throughout their careers, so I am committed to providing supervision for therapists, as well as therapy for mental health professionals.

about dr. t.j. raney

professional experiences

2018 – Present, Partner, Catalyst Therapeutic Services
2015-2017, Chief Clinical Officer, Veritas Collaborative
2005-2015, Associate Clinical Professor, Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders, Department of Psychiatry, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill.
1998-2005, Assistant Professor, Division of Adolescent Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

professional memberships

Providing treatment that is informed by research requires active involvement in professional development organizations. I have held leadership positions in the Academy for Eating Disorders and was co-chair of the International Conference on Eating Disorders in Salzburg, Austria. You can also view my research collaborations at Google Scholar.

Predoctoral Internship, University of Arkansas Medical Sciences, Department of Psychiatry, 1998
PhD in Clinical Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1997
MA in Clinical Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1995
BA in Philosophy, Dartmouth College, 1991