Given the recommendations from the CDC and state/local government, I am doing my best to limit the transmission of the illness, including limiting patients in and out of the office. I am making a commitment to cancel all appointments if I am showing any symptoms of illness or if I become aware that I’ve been exposed to anyone who is ill.  I ask that you do the same.  If you or anyone in your family have been ill or have traveled in the last 14 days, please do not come in.

I am taking the following measures to reduce risk of transmission of illness:
1. All toys and magazines have been removed from the waiting room.
2. Furniture and doorknobs are being wiped down in between every patient.
3. Patients are asked not to arrive early for appointment.  Please arrive at your appointed time to reduce how much time is spent around others.
4. Please do not bring extra people to your appointment who will need to wait in the waiting.  The exception is parents bringing children for appointments.
5. If you have traveled by airplane, please do not come into the office for at least 14 days.  (Remote sessions will be available – see below.)

Currently, I plan to do as much telehealth as possible; I will contact patients before their next schedule session to discuss our options and if telehealth is the best option, review the informed consent for telehealth sessions. Unfortunately, it is not possible to conduct testing through that type of session and must occur in person. If at some point, it is recommended or we are required to shelter in place, testing appointments will be rescheduled.

This page will be updated if any of this information changes.  Thank you!

  • Issues Commonly Addressed

    • Anxiety/Depression
    • High Functioning Autism/Asperger's
    • ADHD/ADD
    • Learning disabilities (including Dyslexia)
    • Challenging behavior
    • Emotional dysregulation and mood problems
    • Poor social skills
    • Family conflict