Hill Washington, M.A., M.S.

Hill (she/her) is a fifth-year clinical psychology doctoral student at Spalding University. She has experience working with first responders and veterans, with clinical interests that include trauma, anxiety, depression, and behavioral health issues such as insomnia and chronic pain.

Hill’s primary approach to therapy is client-centered, focusing on the client’s values and needs, all within a space of safety and authenticity. In addition to clinical work, Hill is conducting research related to occupational stressors that impact the mental and physical health of female police officers.

In her free time, Hill enjoys spending time with her family (husband, two dogs, three cats), lifting weights, feeding the neighborhood cats, practicing and teaching yoga, collecting cats, reading, and all things cats.