Matt McNally

Matt McNally

Clinical Psychologist


“Brain injury is devastating, not only to the person who suffers the injury, but equally to his or her family. The grief that’s experienced by TBI survivors and their families is extremely unique in nature.”

Matt is a clinical psychologist with extensive clinical experience in the area of traumatic/acquired brain injury rehabilitation. He is the president of McNally Psychological Consultants, Inc., and operates a general psychotherapy private practice in Wake Forest, NC. He received his BA in Psychology in 1992 from North Carolina State University and later earned his MA in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 1996.

Matt assists clients and their families in their efforts to understand, cope with, and ultimately triumph over the challenges that brain injuries present. He enjoys Carolina Hurricanes hockey games, being a soccer dad, reading about American history and spending time with his wife and daughter.

Credentials: MA, LPA, HSP-PA, CBIS