Heather Kranz, Psy.D., M.Ed.

Post Doctoral Fellow

Do you feel disconnected, frustrated, or in frequent conflict with your spouse or partner?

I have extensive training in helping couples move beyond their struggles and reach a place of mutual respect and understanding. I believe transformation as individuals and in relationships begins with the discernment of ourselves. My desire is to help individuals and couples on a journey of self-discovery, gratitude, compassion, and spiritual wellbeing.

Are you feeling worried or down about recent changes in your life?

My goal is to help you make connections between past experiences and how you view the world, so you can gain insight and awareness. This provides a deeper understanding of yourself and builds methods to help you prevail over life’s challenges.

Is anxiety keeping you from fully engaging with life?

Sometimes difficult life experiences hold us back from experiencing life to the fullest. Therapy offers a warm and safe environment to process their purpose and meaning in our lives.

I am currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow with Charleston Counseling Center and graduated from the PGSP-Stanford Psy.D. Consortium in Palo Alto, CA. My approach to therapy combines elements of humanistic, relational, and psychodynamic theory to meet clients where they are. I pride myself on therapy that fosters connection, communication, and emotional transformation.

In addition to clients who are private-pay, I am in-network with the following insurances:

  • Healthy Connections Medicaid
  • First Choice Medicaid
  • Molina Medicaid
  • Absolute Total Care Medicaid

If you have questions or are ready to begin counseling, please contact us today. Charleston Counseling Center accepts a variety of insurance plans and our friendly administrative staff will get you scheduled with the best clinician for your goals. Don’t continue to feel alone in your struggles, we are here to help.

If you are ready to begin

Therapy for adults, couples and relationship counseling, counseling for children and adolescents, and family counseling

No matter how stuck you are feeling, there is hope