Michael Greisler, PsyD, LCSW, has been working in the mental health field for over 20 years. He completed his bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh; also, at the University of Pittsburgh, he attained his Master of Social Work degree. Lastly, he received a Doctor of Counseling Psychology at Carlow University.
Mike has helped indivuals and families with a wide variety of challenges including family conflict, OCD, ODD and more. He is particularly skilled and experienced helping those diagnosed with ASD, as well as mood and anxiety disorders. Mike is very comfortable with individual, family, couples, and group modalities. He greatly enjoys engaging with clients and learning through the therapeutic process. Additionally, he has performed and supervised the administration of psychological testing. Throughout his career he has developed new programs, including a transitional summer camp for college-bound teens with ASD and supportive housing for individuals with a multitude of disorders.
Outside of his professional life, Michael is an avid cat lover and cinephile.
Michael’s doctoral dissertation addressed Mothers and Their Children with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Perceptions of Relational Victimization.