Nancy Heilman, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist with over twenty-five years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families. Clinical treatment methods have included family therapy and parenting skills training, individual therapy for children and adolescents utilizing cognitive-behavioral interventions and skills-training. Specialties include anxiety and adjustment disorders, brain injury, neurodevelopmental disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and chronic and terminal illness. Her clinical approach is primarily evidenced based, cognitive-behavioral, family systems, developmental, and neuro-biological in nature.
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Engages in individual therapy for children and adolescents which always includes parents / family involvement. Dr. Heilman also has extensive experience working with military families in both Europe and the Pacific. In addition to the above, subspecialties include pediatric psychology (psychological issues arising from a medical diagnosis), grief and loss, terminal illness, and adjustment issues.