Experience, Empowerment & Compassion

Dr. Galvin and her colleagues bring a wealth of experience to bear for all age groups—children, teens, and adults. Our practice is founded in a growth mindset, that one’s talents and abilities can be developed through effort, good guidance, and persistence.

How can the Galvin Growth Group help you?

With a variety of backgrounds and skill sets, our team of psychologists, social workers, and speech pathologists can provide support for a number of mental health concerns for children, teens, and adults.


Individual, family, parenting, and couples therapy. From play therapy for our littlest clients, to research-based interventions and even animal assisted therapy, we are here to help you thrive.


Psychological and psychoeducational evaluations with recommendations tailored to every client’s needs. Whether you are looking for school accommodations for a student, or just to better understand yourself as an adult, our evaluations will give you the information you need.


Groups aimed for busy individuals. From one-time classes to 12-week courses, these workshops are focused on specific areas of need.

Identify + Resolve + Thrive

Dr. Galvin has more than 30 years of experience in psychology and education providing support for children, teens, and adults in every phase of life. Even “good” change can bring on stress. Together, let’s identify the core issues, dig into ways to resolve them, and set you on a path to thrive in your world.

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News Resource & Articles

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  • By Barbara K. Stump, MA “Are you one, Are you two, Are you?”….Let me reword this. Are you looking forward to celebrating your birthday this year? Or have you already celebrated it? Like some of you reading this, not every birthday in my lifetime occurred......

  • Dyscalculia is a specific learning disability that impacts an individual’s ability to understand and work with numbers. It affects people across various age groups, from early childhood through adulthood, and can persist throughout their lives if not properly addressed. Symptoms of Dyscalculia Difficulty with Basic......

  • The most common type of reading disability is dyslexia. In schools or other settings, you may hear the term “Specific Reading Disorder/Disability” used interchangeably with the term “Dyslexia”. Dyslexia is a neurological condition that affects the way an individual processes written language. It is important......