Stevie Mae Douglas, Psy.D.
408 N. Kendrick St., Suite #4
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
(928) 774-6364 ext. 215
Stevie Mae Douglas is a psychologist and a PsyD graduate from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. She is currently working toward her independent licensure after completing her postdoctoral residency at Psychological Counseling Services in Scottsdale, Arizona with Dr. Marcus R. Earle. Stevie Mae is also an Army veteran, serving two tours in Afghanistan as a medic. She brings to her practice empathy, authenticity, and a unique personal experience from her own traumatic history that she worked to overcome.
As a clinician, Stevie Mae has a strong belief in the power of the therapeutic relationship and its impact on the client’s healing and growth. Stevie Mae works with symptoms of post-traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, and grief among other things. She gives a strong focus to improving self-esteem and the importance of self-attachment (i.e., a relationship with oneself). Using a person-centered, trauma informed approach, she utilizes tools from various modalities such as Internal Family Systems, Existential Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and the Self-Attachment Model. She has a special interest in trauma as it pertains to military veterans and first responders as well as complex trauma experienced throughout one’s developmental years.
In Stevie Mae’s personal life, she enjoys songwriting, cooking, riding her Harley, and spending time with her family and German Shepherd. She also engages in public speaking for mental health issues as well as military veteran issues. She can be heard on podcasts such as “The Mind of a Therapist” and “The Relationship Show.” Additionally, Stevie Mae is an advocate for the LGBTQ community.
“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as a I am, then I can change.” Carl Rogers
Stevie Mae accepts private pay, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and United Healthcare.