As a child psychologist and a parent (myself), I love working with families. I can appreciate the difficulties of parenting, but as I child psychologist I understand child-related difficulties as they apply to academics inside and out. I currently work part-time for a local school district so I am up-to-date with any school-related practices (e.g., distance learning, IEPs, 504s, etc.). I love being able to resolve child-related concerns via psychoeducational evaluations and providing parents with a "road map" so their child gets what they need to be most successful.
I specialize in child and adolescent educational services. Specifically, I conduct evaluations for a variety of referral concerns (e.g., learning disability, dyslexia, autism, gifted, ADHD, behavior problems, etc.). I also provide Independent Educational Evaluations.
As a psychologist and a parent, I can understand the challenges of seeking out a provider that will give me exactly what I need. And that's what I strive to do. I'm here to help! Phone consultations are always free. And if for any reason I am not the right provider for you and your child, I am happy to refer you to a colleague.
Call or Email Brett Andersen for a free 15 minute consultation now - (928) 236-9232
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- Years in Practice: 13 Years
- License: Arizona / 4845
- School: Argosy University, Phoenix
- Education and Learning Disabilities
- Behavioral Issues
- Chronic Illness
- Developmental Disorders
- Emotional Disturbance
- Independent Educational Evaluations (IEE)
- Individualized Education Programs (IEP)
- Intellectual Disability
- School Issues
- Testing and Evaluation
- Children (6 to 10)
Last Modified: 30 Nov 2022