Dr. Sheryl Rozema
Dr. Rozema is a fully licensed psychologist
with 30 years experience diagnosing
and treating children with various learning
and behavior disorders. She has worked in
both school and clinical settings, as well as
with primary care physicians. Her expertise
includes treatment of children and
adolescents who struggle with a wide range
of childhood disorders including ADHD,
learning disabilities, cognitive impairment,
anxiety, depression, Autism Spectrum
Disorder and oppositional behavior,
among others. Dr. Rozema values
the importance of integrating the
wisdom and experience of parents,
teachers, and physicians in creating
treatment plans for
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Dr. Christie Nutkins
Dr. Nutkins, a fully licensed psychologist, and board certified behavior analyst, has spent over 10 years providing behaviorally based services for children and their families. While she has successfully worked with children and adolescents experiencing a wide range of educational and behavioral challenges; the majority of her training and expertise falls in the area of assessment and treatment of children with developmental delays, most specifically Autism Spectrum Disorders. With her background working in educational, clinical, and home-based settings, she strives to develop realistic, yet effective intervention plans that meet the needs of the client and family. Dr. Nutkins oversees all the ABA services offered through our practice.
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Dr. Kristi Hainstock
Dr. Hainstock, a fully licensed psychologist and nationally certified school psychologist, has worked with children and families within the school setting since 2007 and within the clinical setting since 2011. She is dedicated to helping children, adolescents, and young adults with a variety of learning, behavioral, and developmental challenges, including moderate to severe cognitive impairments, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders, mood disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and physical and medical limitations. Dr. Hainstock focuses predominantly on increasing access to and benefit from academic, social, and vocational settings. Additionally, being a wife, mother of two, and avid runner, she has a special interest in increasing the overall health and wellness of both individuals and families.
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Lindsey Metts is a Limited License Psychologist. She is amazed by the human mind and is passionate about applying her knowledge in the pursuit of helping children improve their lives through the recognition and modification of their behavior. Her experience comes from working with youth who suffer from anxiety and depression and those who have had traumatic childhood experiences. Lindsey values the integration of the family and other advocates of the child into the therapeutic process to optimize the impact on the child’s wellbeing. Mrs. Metts is directly supervised by Dr. Nutkins.
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Connie Sargunam is a Limited Licensed Psychologist who has worked in the field for over 11 years and provided outpatient services since January of 2015. She has experience treating children who struggle with anxiety, depression, oppositional behavior, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and developmental disabilities including cognitive impairment and Autism.
She also has experience working with children in the foster care system, from families of divorce, and with a history of trauma. She enjoys working with children of all ages as she is intrigued by each person’s unique perspective on the world and understands that life can be overwhelming at any age without the necessary tools to navigate life’s challenges. Nonetheless, she believes that people are always doing the best they can in the moment and utilizes the strengths of the family to help each child be successful.
It is with patience, understanding, and compassion that she strives to help each child recognize his/her worth and potential along with providing the behavioral strategies to make changes that are meaningful to the individual. In her experience, children often underestimate their own power and ability to make the changes they desire. Her favorite part of therapy is watching as the client begins to believe in him/herself and recognize the inner strength that was there all along. Mrs. Sargunam is directly supervised by Dr. Christie Nutkins.