That's why I am passionate about supporting the multi-taskers of the world and children better understand the science behind our behaviors, thoughts, and moods. Incorporating a brain-based approach in each component of my work is an important staple to how I work with each person because I know what a difference it can make to "depersonalize" challenges.
Our brains are adaptive organs and respond to the best of "their" ability to help get you through life, but this doesn't mean your brains approach is healthy, helpful, or effective. I use an approachable and relatable process to work collaboratively with you and find the little things that can lead to big changes. Foster resilience, patience, and compassion for the way your/your child's brain works so you can take action.
My areas of expertise include neuropsychological evaluations, trauma-informed care, cognitive behavioral therapy, and play-based practices. I enjoy providing trainings and supervision for other school-based professionals, students, and agencies interested in learning more about practical trauma informed practices. In my free time, I enjoy creating art, road trips, and playing competitive Skee-Ball.
I'd love to hear from you about your needs to determine if my services and style are a good fit for us both.
Child Trauma Academy, Dr. Bruce Perry
-Assessment and treatment with a biologically respectful and trauma sensitive lens
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Delaware Association of School Psychologists
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
License # 4047
Dr. Julie's award-winning services and approach are grounded in evidence-based practices and science.
She'll help find little things that can make big changes.
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