David Frederick, PhD

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David Frederick, PhD
Argus Psychological Services Office

(304) 525-9959

1218 5th Avenue Huntington, WV 25701
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David Frederick, PhD

David Frederick, Ph.D is an experienced psychologist in Huntington, West Virginia (WV) at Argus Psychological Services. Dr. Frederick specializes in psychotherapy, family therapy, couples counseling, and mediation. Dr. Frederick is dedicated to helping his clients restore balance and joy in their lives by utilizing the most up-to-date treatment strategies and the highest quality of care. For more than 12 years as a psychologist in Huntington, WV, Dr. David Frederick has been helping his patients overcome a variety of mental health problems though effective, non-medication approaches. Some of his areas of expertise include couples counseling, anxiety, depression, obsessions and compulsions, phobias, PTSD, personality disorders, alcohol and substance abuse, conflict resolution, mediation, and impulse disorders such as anger management and gambling problems. Dr. Frederick's main goal within therapy is to assess the client's real needs and bring a healthy resolve into their psychological well-being.

Individuals in need of a psychologist in Huntington, WV, can benefit from Dr. David Frederick's great experience and expertise in the field. Call Argus Psychological Services today to schedule an appointment.
21 Years In Practice
Primary Specialty

Psychologist

Practice Argus Psychological Services
Gender Male
Education Yale University BS degree with honors in physics University of Illinois MS and PhD in physics Santa Clara University MA in counseling psychology Pacific Graduate School of Psychology coursework in clinical psychology Rosebridge Graduate School PhD in psychology.
Certification National Certified Gambling Counselor (NCGC-I)
Services As a leading psychologist in Huntington, WV, Dr. David Frederick strives to help individuals achieve their highest level of psychological, emotional & mental well-being. Dr. Frederick uses his clinical training and experience as a family and couples counselor to evaluate and treat a wide array of emotional and behavioral issues such as anxiety, depression, obsessions and compulsions, phobias, PTSD, impulse disorders, and addiction. He also offers mediation, conflict resolution, and assessments and evaluations for various purposes. Dr. Frederick's supportive and non-judgmental counseling helps clients open the door for exploration, healing, and growth. Call Argus Psychological Services at (304) 525-9959 or visit the website today to learn more.
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Very caring knowledgeable medical professional who approaches the treatment of his patients with the intent - if possible - of reducing & or completely discontinuing the use of pharmaceuticals. Dr. Frederick has helped me along with my supporting spouse of "lifting the veil" and helping me over the last year developing strategies to lessen the never ending road of pharmaceuticals which NEVER stop being prescribed! Dr Frederick is the 1st physician which has given me hope & strategies to change the direction of my emotional & mental health by coming to terms with who I am & how I can make adjustments to my personal behavior - thoughts - speech - speech. I thought I was who I was & Dr Frederick has taught me that decades of ending emotional & mental roller coasters can be significantly reduced if a patient is willing to come to terms with who they are & what they struggle with. For a patient to humbly acknowledge & accept the fact they do need help, guidance, & support is the primary hurdle. Dr Frederick does not treat a patient by prescribing handfuls of synthetic pharmaceuticals - Dr Frederick digs deep down into the sources of what has caused or is causing problems for his patients. I would recommend Dr Frederick to anyone requiring any type of counseling.
by Evil Knievel xxx.xxx.75.122
October 18, 2019
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September 06, 2013
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