Dr. Emily Bryant provides psychoeducational assessment for school aged-children, adolescents, and college students who are at-risk of, or have, developmental disorders. Assessment provides a comprehensive picture of a child’s functioning that can be used to guide parents, teachers, therapists, and other professionals in providing targeted intervention and accommodations.
Dr. Emily Bryant also provides psychotherapy to older children, adolescents, and adults via individual, family, and/or couples psychotherapy, parent consultations, and career/occupational consultations. Dr. Bryant’s approach to psychotherapy combines a strength-based focus with research-supported interventions.
Areas of expertise include but are not limited to:
- Learning Disorders
- Language Disorders
- Attentional Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Mood Disorders
- Behavioral Concerns
- Difficulties at School
- Interpersonal Conflicts
- Expressive Art Therapy Techniques
More About Dr. Emily Bryant
In addition to private practice, Dr. Bryant has been a guest speaker addressing college students on topics such as career trajectory, anxiety, self-care, psychotherapy services, and graduate school application, admissions, and experience. Dr. Bryant’s research interests include evidence-based treatment, child and adolescent development/diagnosis/treatment, health psychology, training and supervision, multicultural competence/sensitivity, and expressive art therapy.