Aggie Quinn

My initial training was rooted in transpersonal psychology which focuses on the wholeness of the person. Transpersonal psychology values the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of being and the full spectrum of the human experience. I pursued additional training in existential humanistic psychology, mindfulness, and psychodynamic-psychoanalytic therapy.

In 15 years of practice, I’ve treated people in a variety of clinical settings including community mental health, chemical dependency treatment centers, the criminal justice system, college counseling centers, and LGBTQ clinics. I’ve been in private practice since 2009. I also work in criminal justice reform at a nonprofit.

The therapeutic relationship is one that is highly personal and personalized. I tailor my approach to best serve the needs of each person I work with.

Institute of Transpersonal Psychology
PhD, Clinical Psychology

College of Charleston
BA, Health and Human Performance