Welcome Fall! Fresh Faces and New Ventures: an Emerge Psychological Services Update

Emerge welcomes the start of a new school year with exciting updates. Fall brings a fresh start for many of our younger clients. Emerge clinicians are here for guidance and support through a variety of services including psychotherapy, school consultations, parent consultations, neuropsychological evaluations and academic and gifted testing. We welcome exemplary new clinicians to the psychotherapy and evaluation teams. Liesel Christoe-Fraiser MA and Chesleigh Keene MA are counseling psychologists who utilize mindfulness, family systems and cognitive behavioral approaches. Both are also clinicians on the assessment team evaluating children, teens and adults. Jeremy Wilson, PsyD Candidate, and Brittany Sovran MA have backgrounds in school psychology and experience working with children and teens and employing cognitive behavioral strategies as well as school consultation. Both are available for IEP support, assessment and psychotherapy. Abbie House, MA candidate, has a background in behavioral therapy and experience working with very young children. She also joins both the psychotherapy and assessment teams. Dr. Huckabee, Dr. Kroncke, Dr. Reinhardt, Mrs. Curl and Mr. Grimsley welcome these new clinicians and are excited that we can make more services available to our clients with such a great team!
 
In other news Jessica Reinhardt PhD, NCSP is serving as Adjunct Faculty at DU this fall to teach graduate coursework in Child, Family and School Psychology. Dr. Kroncke, Dr. Huckabee and Dr. Reinhardt have a Springer Publishing Text coming out in late Fall of 2015 titled “Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders” as part of an exciting assessment series. This text will be a great tool for clinicians, educators and professionals in training  as well as a resource for parents who wish to better understand the process for diagnosing Autism.  Call Judith Feingold, Office Coordinator, with questions about services Emerge can provide.

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