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Robyn Pashby, PhD

Dr. Robyn Pashby is the founder of DCHP and the co-founder of the Modern Psychologists. She specializes in treating the interconnectedness of physical and mental health. Her clients often work on improving relationship stress, difficult eating patterns, and/or weight/body image concerns. 

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Kelly Donahue, PhD

Dr. Kelly Donahue is the co-founder of the Modern Psychologists.​ She specializes in treating chronic health conditions (e.g., Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, diabetes, etc.) and chronic pain, along with weight and eating concerns.

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Danielle Miro, PhD

Dr. Miro has expertise in helping people adjust to, adapt to and recover from serious medical conditions (e.g., cancer, stroke, burns, long Covid-19, etc.), rehabilitate from intensive or critical care hospitalizations and from neurologic, orthopedic, and organ transplant surgeries. She also offers pre- and post-bariatric surgery support, treatment of binge or emotional eating and she has additional training and experience in working with adults living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.


Greer A. Raggio, PhD, MPH

Dr. Raggio offers clients support with challenges of daily life, be it living with depression/anxiety or ADHD, coping with chronic stress/burnout, or serious, long-term health conditions (e.g., cancer, diabetes, weight), as well as those navigating relationship struggles. She also specializes in the treatment of binge and emotional eating, obesity, and the intersection of trauma and health. She has additional training and experience in working with adults living with ADHD.


Louise is a Certified CBT Life Coach. She is a Junior at American University studying in the Psychology Honors Program. In the summer of 2022, she worked at a Manhattan shelter caring for the mentally ill experiencing homelessness. Her time as a Research Assistant in the Interpersonal Lab of American University assisting on projects aimed at learning more about Borderline Personality and its markers, further added to her understanding of the field. Her interests include but are not limited to anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders and treatment methods. Louise aims to be a clinical psychologist in her future and assists DCHP with creating patient materials and programs, along with administrative work related to the practice. 

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