For appointments please call our Grand Rapids Office at: 616-363-2200 or Email Our Office
We provide assessment and intervention services to address various behavior and learning challenges of childhood and adolescence including:
- Academic Failure
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Compulsive Behavior
- Study and Organizational Problems
- School Avoidance
- Sleep Problems
- Social Skills Deficits
Specific Services Include:
Comprehensive evaluations are available to address your child or adolescents’ specific challenges. With each assessment individualized recommendations will be provided.
We provide behavioral and/or cognitive behavioral strategies to assist your child in addressing the challenges listed above.
Consultation is available to families and caregivers to help support their children and adolescents that are experiencing behavior or academic difficulties.
Our providers have a background in school psychology and/or education and are very skilled in developing and implementing targeted academic interventions.
Dr. Kristi Hainstock
Dr. Hainstock is a fully licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist. She is dedicated to helping children and adolescents with a variety of learning, behavioral, and developmental challenges, including cognitive impairments, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, opposition/noncompliance, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and physical and medical limitations. Additionally, she has a keen interest in supporting and coaching parents in their missions to build and promote social, emotional, and behavioral skills and wellness in their children.
Beyond school and clinical psychology, Dr. Hainstock has background in nutrition and athletic coaching. Being a wife, mother, and athlete, she has a special interest in increasing the overall health and wellness of both individuals and families.
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Dr. Megan Jervinsky
Dr. Jervinsky, a temporary limited license psychologist and certified school psychologist, has worked within the school setting since 2012 and within the clinical setting since 2017. She obtained her bachelor’s degrees from Case Western Reserve University and her doctorate from Central Michigan University. Megan’s experiences have included working with students in pre-kindergarten through high school, addressing their needs due to ADHD, ODD, autism spectrum disorders, cognitive impairments, academic/behavioral difficulties, and educational disabilities. Megan has a particular interest in academic interventions and individuals with medical limitations.