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Clinical Psychologist, LP, PsyD

Heather Farrow


Dr. Heather Farrow is a clinical psychologist who currently works at the Detroit VA Medical Center where she provides individual and group therapy to veterans who have been diagnosed with substance use and mental health disorders. She is trained in hypnosis, Cognitive Processing Therapy (PTSD), Motivational Interviewing and Social Skills Training. Dr. Farrow has also taught undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Detroit-Mercy and Fisk University in Nashville, TN. Prior to her
role at the Detroit VA, Dr. Farrow has worked at the Murfreesboro, TN VA, Atlanta VA and Saginaw VA.  She has also worked as a school psychologist in Lincoln Park, Michigan and taught English to middle, high school and adult education students, as well as a middle school special education resource room teacher for children with learning disabilities, autism, cognitive and emotional impairments in Detroit Public Schools.

Dr. Farrow received her undergraduate degree in English and Secondary Education from Spelman College, a Master’s degree in Special Education from University of Detroit-Mercy, a Specialist degree in School Psychology from University of Detroit-Mercy and a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Farrow is an avid reader and researcher who has presented her research at conferences and whose works have been published in several
scientific journals.


In her spare time, Dr. Farrow is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, a member of Hartford Memorial Baptist Church, and enjoys listening to audiobooks, true crime podcasts, sewing, and cooking.

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