Delaney Wells, M.A.
Supervised by Michelle Freeman, Psy.D., PSY 23888
Delaney Wells provides evaluations and counseling services for children and adolescents at Summit Center’s Walnut Creek office. She is currently a third-year doctoral student at the Wright Institute. Delaney utilizes evidence-based practices to inform her psychotherapy, including cognitive behavioral therapy, strengths-based, and relational approaches, all through the lens of honoring the whole person.
Delaney previously worked at the Berkeley Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinic, providing mental health services to adults with anxiety, depression, and trauma. At this clinic, she conducted intake assessments primarily for older adults and worked as an Emotion Efficacy Therapy (DBT and ACT) group facilitator. Additionally, Delaney worked at Lighthouse Community Charter School in Oakland and provided trauma-informed individual therapy to students ages 5-15 and therapy groups focusing on self-confidence and social skills. Delaney earned a B.A. from Holy Cross in Worcester, MA and a M.A. in clinical psychology from the Wright Institute.