Offering Psychological/Diagnostic Assessment and Intervention
Specializing in the assessment of children/adolescents/adults ages 2 years and up
COVID-19 UPDATE: I am accepting new patients for Psychological Testing/Evaluation. I will complete your first visit via telehealth/video service, and we will decide together on the next best steps for the second visit, which is an in-person testing appointment.
Hello and Welcome! I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst located in Central Ohio with comprehensive, specialized professional training and clinical experience in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome, and other developmental disabilities along with several other concerns commonly experienced by children, adolescents, and adults including ADHD and Learning Delays. I also offer cognitive/intellectual assessments that are needed for some school admissions processes as well as that related to pursuit of County Board of Developmental Disabilities services.
I have trained and worked in nationally known hospitals including Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, The Children's Hospital-Denver, and I was previously employed for 9 years at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, OH. I have been in private practice since 2016 where I have focused on Psychological Testing/Assessment and am able to offer short wait times.
I am currently accepting new patients for Psychological Testing/Assessment. Appointment times are available on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Areas of expertise:
ADHD, attention/focus difficulties
Autism Spectrum Disorders
If you are wondering about whether you or your child might have any of the above concerns, I welcome you to contact me by phone (614) 852-4152 or email email@example.com to make an appointment.
I regret that I am not able to accept new patients for therapy/intervention at this time. I also enjoy working with people who are in early-middle adulthood (generally ages 19-40) who are experiencing life stressors. Please contact me if you would like help with any of the following: -Anxiety -Grief and Loss -Job stress or job change -Starting a family -Parenting challenges -Relationship difficulties (romantic or friendship) -Self-esteem concerns
For helpful information, see this article from the American Psychological Association on How Stress Affects Your Health.