Practicum Clinicians

Everrett Moore, M.S.

As a Doctoral Practicum Clinician at the Chrysalis Center, I wish to use my wide range of training experiences with individuals and families across the lifespan to help you connect with yourself, your loved ones, and your lived experience in better, healthier ways. Through a collaborative style that respects your every identity, I hope to meet you where you are and work with you to get you to where you would like to be. If you think I can be of assistance, please give me a call.

I believe that life is a forever process of learning to better relate to ourselves, other people, and the environments we find ourselves in.  As we engage in this process, we tend to experience many emotions and events, some joyful, happy, and cherished, some hurtful, sad, and painful. As a therapist, I help individuals purposefully and fully engage in the process of life by meeting them where they are and assisting them in exploring and improving how they relate to themselves and those around them. Through a collaborative and integrative process, I hope to show you that change is possible. If you think that I can be of help to you, please give me a call.

I am currently earning my doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the University of North Texas. Through this generalist program, I have learned to use many modalities and interventions to work with clients with a range of difficulties, including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, trauma, problematic substance use, behavioral issues, difficulties in the family, and severe mood disturbances. I also have had the pleasure of working with children, adolescents, teenagers, adults, and older adults in a range of contexts.

I strongly believe that a therapeutic relationship operates best in an environment of mutual respect, care, and commitment. To that end, I will always strive to maintain an environment in which people’s intersecting identities will be valued and respected. By creating an environment on these values, I hope that you will find yourself validated and ready to begin the work of healing.

Fun Tidbit: I would describe myself as a huge nerd, especially when it comes to video games and anime communities. When I have a bit of free time, you’ll usually see me playing a game of some sort.


(940) 278-8505

1130 N. Kimball, Ste 120, Southlake TX 76092

Populations Served
  • People experiencing emotional distress and mood disturbances
  • People experiencing distress related to identity (race, sex, gender, sexuality, religion, etc.)
  • People experiencing general anxiety, social anxiety, or worry about life transitions
  • People struggling with past and recent trauma
  • People experiencing interpersonal difficulties
My Approach to Therapy

My treatment approach is integrative and collaborative. This means that I work closely with the client to identify things they would like to work on. We then hone in on interventions that best meet your needs through the range of methodologies that I have trained in, including cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic approaches, humanistic approaches, and cognitive processing therapy. My style in the room tends to be more conversational and free flowing, with just about any topic being open to exploration.

What You Can Expect

Expect respect, dignity, and to be empowered in the validity of your experience. I believe that the process of therapy is incredibly challenging as we are often discussing topics that you may not readily explore. However, this process can be incredibly rewarding as there is the potential of you relating to who you are, who you were, and who you want to be in a much more complete and intentional way. I wholeheartedly believe that this change is possible, and I plan to work with you every step of the way.


2017- Current: PhD. in Clinical Psychology, University of North Texas

2017-2020: Master’s in Clinical Psychology, University of North Texas

2013-2017: Bachelor’s in Psychology with highest honors, Sam Houston State University