Clear Child Psychology,
Dr. Karen Landmeier
Clear Child Psychology partners with families to provide diagnostic assessments, clarity and a customized roadmap for supporting their unique child. We know that with the right treatments, therapies and support children can see measurable improvement across their mental health, happiness and overall life functioning.The ability to find these things early, properly diagnose them and begin the appropriate interventions can have significant effects on a child’s well being, relationships and self image.Our goal is to free families from the burden of unknowing and to connect kids with the help they need to find their own path to happiness.
Dr. Marybeth Rigali-Oiler
CAYAC stands for Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Connections. CAYAC is a multidisciplinary mental health team that is part of the Health District of Northern Larimer County. The mission of the CAYAC program is to provide families with guidance in regards to mental health services in our community. We serve children, adolescents, and young adults through age 24. Our clinicians speak with families to determine what mental health needs are present and then connect those families with the appropriate community resource. CAYAC also has short-term, bridge services such as child psychiatry, psychological testing, and family support.
425 W. Mulberry St., Suite 112
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Individuals can self-refer by calling the above number. We also partner with local primary care offices and Poudre School District to facilitate referrals.
Colorado Assessment Center,
Dr. Jeremy Sharp
The Colorado Center for Assessment & Counseling is an outpatient mental health practice specializing in strengths-based counseling and diagnostic testing. Autism is one of our primary specialty areas - not just something we can “work with.” We see individuals across the lifespan - kids, adolescents, adults, and families. We also accept all major insurance panels, including Tricare and Medicaid, for both psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. With two locations (Fort Collins and Johnstown) and about 20 clinicians, there’s a good chance that we can connect with you and provide some help!
Hayley Lewis, Client Care Specialist www.coloradocac.com/book
3500 John F. Kennedy Pkwy, Suite 200, Fort Collins, CO 80525
I know it can be worrisome and frustrating for either you or your child to struggle with learning, attention, behavior, or social relationships. My goal is to gain an in-depth understanding of an individual by completing a thorough Neuroeducational Assessment. Completing an assessment is like detective work. I gather information about what is occurring in an individual’s life as well as what is happening inside their brain to determine why they are struggling. The primary purpose of a Neuroeducational Assessment is the development of recommendations based on the pattern of strengths and weaknesses to help guide intervention planning at home, school, or work. I also focus on connecting individuals and families with resources to help support them in their journey.
2021 Battlecreek Drive Suite A
Fort Collins, CO 80528