Estey has 15 years of experience working with adolescents, young adults and adults as they navigate independence, identity and how they will contribute to their community. He has worked in wilderness, residential, inpatient, outpatient and community integration programs, and his clinical expertise focuses on strengths-based interventions and therapeutic attachment relationships.
His clinical interests include cognitive-behavior therapy, mentalizing, thought disorders and psychosis.
He completed his master’s degree in Clinical Social Work at the University of Houston, and he holds an undergraduate degree in Philosophy from the University of Dallas.
Matt enjoys live music and travel; is an outdoors enthusiast and dog lover; and indulges in the guilty pleasures of science fiction and fantasy novels.