For over 25 years, I have customized my evaluations and treatments to fit children's particular needs. Each child presents me with a unique puzzle. It is my mission to make sense of this puzzle, determine strengths, weaknesses, and needs, explain why the difficulties exist, and provide an individualized plan to help them have a happier life.
I specialize in the treatment of children aged 18-months to 8-years-old and the assessment / evaluation of children aged 5- to 16-years-old.
Areas addressed include, but are not limited to, the following:
I do not specialize in services for Autism or court/legal purposes.
Angela Dedmon, Ph.D., PLLC
lICENSED Clinical Psychologist
oPEN mONDAY - fRIDAY, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Phone: 405-514-1476 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Payment / Billing
I am a small boutique practice. In order to concentrate more time and focus on providing quality therapeutic services to my patients, I am not affiliated with insurance networks. Parents are required to pay up front for services.
About Dr. Dedmon