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About Me

Dr. Cameron Mosley, psychologist and mental health blog writer; therapist in Atlanta

I am a licensed psychologist who is board certified in Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology and passionate about providing evidence-based treatment. I work with the amazing team at Atlanta CBT located in Inman Park, Atlanta, GA. I have PSYPACT authorization to conduct virtual therapy with patients in other states. I utilize cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in individual and group treatment, with specialties in anxiety/OCD-spectrum disorders and behavioral disorders in young children.

In my clinical practice, I use CBT and exposure therapy/ERP to treat all anxiety disorders (including selective mutism), OCD (and related disorders, such as body dysmorphia), and related conditions (ARFID, illness anxiety) in ages 2-40. I use PCIT to work with families of children ages 2-7 with behavior concerns. I also work with many other conditions and presentations that tend to be present alongside anxiety disorders from a cognitive-behavioral perspective. It is very important to me to keep up with the latest research findings and collaborate with other professionals.


I completed my doctorate training through Palo Alto University's Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program. My internship was through the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and I completed a postdoctoral fellowship through Augusta University/Medical College of Georgia. See my CV highlights below.

Aside from my work as a therapist, I enthusiastically work toward increasing knowledge about mental health through my blog (check it out!) and social media content. I also provide media content related to applying and training in clinical psychology.

In my free time, I enjoy traveling and enjoying the restaurants and sites of Atlanta. I'm also a big Auburn fan (War eagle!)

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Board Certified in Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology                                   2024

American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP)                                                        

Licensed Psychologist                                                                                                2020

State of Georgia (GA PSY004401)                                                                                        



Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Child/Pediatric Psychology                            2020

Augusta University/Medical College of Georgia                                                               

Director: P. Alex Mabe, Ph.D.


Predoctoral Internship in Professional Psychology                                                 2019

University of Tennessee Health Science Center (APA-Accredited)

Director: Melissa Hoffmann, Ph.D.


Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology                                                            2019

Palo Alto University (APA-Accredited)

Dissertation: Factors Influencing Psychology Students’ Attitudes 

Toward Integrated Health Care

Advisor: Robert Friedberg, Ph.D., ABPP, ACT


Master of Science in Clinical Psychology                                                                 2017

Palo Alto University (APA-Accredited)


Bachelor of Arts in Psychology                                                                                   2013

Auburn University

Summa Cum Laude and Honors Graduate

Major: Psychology, Minor: Spanish


Honors and Awards

20 Under 40 Recognition                                                                                            2022

Auburn University Alumni Association

The Honor Society of Phi Beta Kappa                                                                        2013

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars                                                            2013 

Delta Epsilon Iota Honors Society                                                                              2013


Professional Certifications and Trainings

Pediatric Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI) Certification                    2024

Completed advanced training and consultation in the treatment of pediatric

obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)


Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT) Authorization                    2023

Completed authorization to conduct psychotherapy across state lines,

providing services to any state or region that has accepted PSYPACT



Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills                                     

(PEERS®) Certification                                                                                               2023

Completed the certification process in PEERS, an evidence-based 

treatment for adolescents and young adults with autism or social skills concerns


Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE) Training          2021    

Completed training in an evidence-based approach for caregivers of anxious



Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Certification                                          2020

Completed the certification process in PCIT, an evidence-based 

treatment for children with disruptive behavior and anxiety disorders


Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND)        2018 to 2019

Completed a year-long multidisciplinary training in developmental 

disabilities; presented on the intersection of trauma and autism

Teaching Experience

Adjunct Professor                                                                                                        2021

College of Health Professions Mercer University



Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Draheim, A. A., Kridel, M. M., Flinn, R. E., Ravoori, N., Brands, S., Mosley, C., Drescher, C. F., & Stepleman, L. M. (2023). Risk factors of homelessness among sexual and gender minorities in the Southeastern U.S. Journal of Social Distress and Homelessness. doi:10.1080/10530789.2023.2776590


Friedberg, R., Rozmid, E. V., Atasuntseva, A., Mosley, C., Wilberding, N., LaPrade, R., Wister, A., & Feezer, J. (2022). Project Chill: Program description and session feedback data from a pilot school-based psychoeducational program using creative media. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 29, 400-410. doi:10.1016/j.cbpra.2020.11.001


Book Chapters

Rozbruch, E. V., Mosley, C., Ghosh, S., & Friedberg, R. D. (2017).  Innovative behavioral health services for children: Ready-to- use economic and business knowledge for professional psychologists. In A. Columbus (Eds.), Advances in psychology research (Vol. 122, pp. 139-159). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.


Conference Oral Presentations

Mosley, C. (2023, November 11). Identifying and intervening on selective mutism in the schools. [Conference presentation]. West Virginia Association of School Nurses Annual Fall Conference 2023.


Mosley, C. E., Drost, N., Polsky, M., & Kurtz, S. (2023, October 6-7). Collaborating with 

your child’s school and other professionals to enhance their selective mutism care [Conference presentation]. Selective Mutism Association Annual Conference 2023.


Rozbruch, E., Friedberg, R., Schleider, J., MacLeod, J., O’Hara, K., & Mosley, C. (2017, April). Views from the new generation: Evidence based practices in graduate training programs. Round table presented at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America convention, San Francisco, California, USA.


Conference Poster Presentations

Kassing, F., Mahajan, A., Mosley, C., Stepleman, L. M., & Drescher, C. F. (November, 2021). Transgender victimization and suicidality/self-harm: The role of emotion regulation. Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies convention, New Orleans, LA, USA.


Kridel, M. K., Brands, S., Mosley, C. E., Drescher, C. F., Stepleman, L., (2020, September). Predictors of homelessness in a Southern LGBTQ adult sample. Poster presented at the GLMA Annual Conference on LGBTQ Health, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.


Mosley, C. E., Friedberg, R. F., Cordova, M. J., & Tormala, T. T. (2019, November). Factors influencing graduate students’ attitudes toward integrated health care. Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies convention, Atlanta, GA, USA.


Mosley, C. E., Wickham, R. E., Langer, J. A., Atasuntseva, A. A., Wilberding, N.D., La Prade, R. N., Wister, A. S., Rozbruch, E. V., Feezer, J. I., Tarshis, T. P., & Friedberg, R. D. (2017, November). Cost-analysis of an intensive outpatient program for youth. Poster presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies convention, San Diego, CA, USA.


Soukup, E., Duong, X., Beard, C., Barba, F., Mosley, C., & Russell, R. (2016, April). Impact of climate change on human mental health. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association convention, Long Beach, California, USA.


Brehm, L., Pacholec, N., Mulati, S., Feezer, J., Mosley, C., & Friedberg, R. D. (2015, August). Does length of homelessness predict convergence of caregiver-child reports of anxiety? Poster presented at the American Psychological Association convention,  Toronto, Canada.

Professional Affiliations

Selective Mutism Association (SMA)                                                           

International OCD Foundation (IOCDF)                                                      

American Psychological Association (APA)                                                

APA Division 53, Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology                       

Professional Service

Pro Bono Parent Support Groups

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