Dr. McGehee is continuing his usual practice schedule during this time of COVID-19 through telehealth (teletherapy and video therapy). Please contact him directly at pittman@mcgeheephd.com with any questions.” 
Pittman McGehee, Ph.D.

Dr. Pittman McGehee is a licensed psychologist providing individual and group psychotherapy in Austin, Texas. In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. McGehee holds a teaching faculty position at the University of Texas, Austin, is adjunct faculty at Seton Cove, Austin, as well a Certified Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) and Compassion for Couples (CfC) teacher. Dr. McGehee has been a long time therapist, counselor and teacher in the Austin area.

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Compassion for Couples in Atlanta and Kansas City

Dr. McGehee and Michelle Becker, LPC, will be presenting two Compassion for Couples (CfC) training retreats in Atlanta and Kansas City this year. CfC is designed to help us meet ourselves and our partner with greater awareness and compassion. CfC builds on the skills developed in the Mindful Self-Compassion program and moves deeper into compassion between partners. Utilizing the skills of mindfulness and compassion, this program teaches how to build a strong and healthy foundation for relationships, and provides skills to help navigate the difficulties that arise within and between us. Click here to register for the Atlanta retreat, or click here to register for the Kansas City retreat.

The Practitioners Guide to Ethics and Mindfulness-Based Interventions

Dr. McGehee recently co-wrote a chapter in this upcoming book with the creators of Mindfulness Self-Compassion (MSC), Dr. Kristin Neff and Dr. Chris Gemer. The chapter discusses MSC and the ethics of mindfulness-based practices. The book is available for purchase here.