Dr. Beljan is a pediatric and adult neuropsychologist who specializes in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of neuropsychological disorders. He has lectured nationally and internationally (Netherlands, Czech Republic, Belgium, Ireland, Argentina, Mexico and Canada) about his clinical work with giftedness, ADHD, executive functioning, developmental disorders, learning disorders and neurocognitive therapy. Dr. Beljan has published research in the areas of neurocognitive intervention and mathematics learning disorder.
Dr. Berens provides psychotherapy for children, adolescents, adults, families and couples in individual or group sessions. She has extensive training in working with intimate partner violence, trauma, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, and giftedness. Dr. Berens also conducts psychological evaluations and personality testing.
Casey is a marriage and family therapist with extensive expertise working with individuals, couples and families of diverse backgrounds experiencing a variety of psychosocial challenges. She provides systemic family therapy to those experiencing relational conflict, parenting distress, grief, and bereavement, among others.
Steven is a certified Autism Specialist who has been working with the ASD population and other special needs since 1994. He works as a consultant in administering diagnostic tests for ASD.
Robyn graduated from Arizona State University, completed her training in neurocognitive therapy, and is now the director of the MC2 and Study Wranglers programs. She greatly enjoys her work with helping children and adolescents with learning disorders and other neuropsychological problems to develop greater self-esteem and cognitive abilities.
Theresa received degrees and training in education, special needs, communication and Spanish. She is expanding her knowledge about human brain function in order to better help children and adolescents struggling with neuropsychological and psychological challenges.
Dr. Osman is currently completing her postdoctoral residency under the supervision of Paul Beljan. Her areas of clinical and research interest include: neurodevelopmental and neurological disorders, medically complex cases affecting neurocognitive function and development, forensic cases related to brain-based disorders, diversity, and the identity development of biracial/multiracial individuals and individuals from blended/foster/adopted families.
Jodie Graham is a Licensed Associate Counselor specializing in the treatment of young children. Her areas of expertise include early childhood trauma, neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence, divorce, grief and loss, and attachment. She enjoys working with both children and caregivers to strengthen relational capacities, support healthy development, and facilitate emotional growth. Jodie has formal training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment Focused Play Therapy, Sandtray Play Therapy, and Child Parent Psychotherapy.
Charity completed her degree in Elementary Education, has experience working with children as a Sunday School teacher, youth leader, special needs tutor and a teacher's assistant. In her role as the office manager she coordinates services for the providers while keeping a watchful eye over the children's play area in the waiting room.
Lynn is the owner and executive director of Foundations Developmental House and Synergy Dylexia Center located in Gilbert and Chandler, Arizona. Her area of specialization is with the treatment of childhood apraxia of speech, language-based learning disabilities, auditory processing disorders, ADHD and communication disorders.