Compassionate Child Testing and Evaluations
Child Behavioral Health Solutions is a growing private pay behavioral health practice in Northern Baltimore County that provides testing and psychotherapy to children and adolescents between the ages of 3-21. Treatment concerns often include behavioral, emotional, and developmental problems including but not limited to ADHD, oppositional defiant behavior, autism, anxiety, depression, and adjustment difficulties.
A Little More About Doctor Theresa Scott
Dr. Scott is a Clinical Psychologist with nineteen years of experience in treating and evaluating children and adolescents with a range of developmental, behavioral, and emotional difficulties. She received her Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Scott is licensed in Maryland and Pennsylvania. She has spent several years of her career conducting comprehensive diagnostic evaluations for autism, ADHD, and learning disabiltiies in both states.
She has also been a consultant for Bureau of Children’s Behavioral Health Services in Pennsylvania, during which time she worked closely with managed care organizations and service providers to develop, implement, and monitor programs for children and adolescents diagnosed with autism. Dr. Scott’s approach to working with children and families is collaborative, developmentally, and culturally sensitive, and relational. Dr. Scott resides in Maryland with her husband, two boys, and labs. She enjoys reading, running, cycling, and spending time with friends and family.
A Little More About Dr. Patricia O'Malley
Dr. O’Malley earned her doctorate in Applied Developmental Psychology at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). Her previous roles include being a general education teacher in an inclusive classroom, a test administrator for various educational research projects, a lecturer at UMBC, Assessment Coordinator at Kennedy Krieger High School, the Project Director of School-Based Support Services at Kennedy Krieger Institute, and a faculty associate at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Education and at Stevenson University’s Department of Psychology.
Dr. O'Malley has over 25 years experience in the field of general and special education. Her background includes evaluating programs, administering educational assessments, providing professional development, designing instruction and activities for all ability levels, ensuring the provision of services and support to students with disabilities within the general education curriculum, and coordinating and implementing research-based practices to meet the developmental, emotional, behavioral, and learning needs of students.
She specializes in educational consultation and the evaluation of children and adolescents for learning disabilities, including dyslexia and ADHD.
You can reach Dr. O'Malley at email@example.com