Psychology Team

Creating the best results for every family!

Beau Reilly, PhD, ABPP, ABPdN

Beau Reilly, PhD, ABPP, ABPdN

Chief of Clinical Psychology; Board Certified Pediatric Neuropsychologist & Clinical Child-Adolescent Psychologist

“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because when we effectively use science and clinical skill to achieve a common goal we have the great privilege of sharing in the joy that families have watching their child blossom.”  

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  • Board Certified Pediatric Neuropsychologist
  • Board Certified Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychologist
  • Awards: Outstanding Treatment Provider of the Year 2012: Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) of Washington
  • Colleges: Central Washington University, Seattle Pacific University
  • Degrees: BA in Psychology, MA in Clinical Psychology, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
  • Memberships: American Psychological Association (APA), Western Psychological Association (WPA), International Society for Autism Research (INSAR); Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT); American Board of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology (ABCCAP); American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology (AAPdN)

PUBLICATIONS

– O’Roak, B. J., Vives, L., Girirajan, S., Karakoc, E., Krumm, N., Coen, B. P.,       Levy, R., Ko1, A., Lee1, C., Smith, J. D., Turner, E. H., Stanaway, B., Vernot, B., Malig, M., Baker, C., Reilly, B.,Akey, J. M., Borenstein, E., Rieder, M. J., Nickerson, D. A., Bernier, R., Shendure, J., & Eichler, E. E. Sporadic autism exomes reveal a highly interconnected protein network of   denovo mutations. Nature .doi: 10.1038/nature10989

– Ackerman, S., Reilly, B., & Bernier, R. (2012). Tympanostomy Tube Placement in Children with Autism. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral   Pediatrics, 33(3) 421-428.

– Extended authorship listing credited as Reilly, B. (2012). Simons Variation in Individuals Project (Simons VIP): A Genetics-First Approach to Studying         Autism Spectrum and Related Neurodevelopmental   Disorders. Neuron,     73(6), 1063-1067. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2012.02.014

– Reilly, B. & Bernier, R. (in press). The Social Brain. In M. Martin’s Encyclopedia of Autism. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press.

– Reilly, B. & Bernier, R. (in press). California Verbal Learning Test – Children’s Version. In F. Volkmar’s Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York, NY: Springer.

– Reilly, B. (in press). Mu Rhythm. In F. Volkmar’s Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York, NY: Springer.

– Reilly, B. & Bernier, R. (in press). America  Psychological  Association. In F. Volkmar’s Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. New York, NY:    Springer.

Dr. Reilly is a native to Washington State and has been involved with the treatment and research of children with developmental disabilities since 2003. He received his BA from Central Washington University in 2005 where he was awarded an undergraduate research assistantship examining the delivery of a behaviorally based skill building intervention for children with a range of developmental delays and disabilities at the CWU Developmental Preschool in Ellensburg, WA. He attended Seattle Pacific University for doctoral studies, receiving his MA in Clinical Psychology in 2007 and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2010. He obtained board certification from the American Board of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology (ABCCAP) in 2013 and from the American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology (ABPdN) in 2015. During his doctoral training he completed yearlong clinical rotations on Whidbey Island and at the Autism Spectrum Treatment & Research (ASTAR) Center, providing diagnostic assessment, intervention, and consultation to families in the greater Seattle area. He completed his resident clinical internship at Spokane Mental Health & Sacred Heart Medical Center, providing services to children, adolescents, and families in the eastern Washington area in both inpatient and outpatient settings. He completed his postdoctoral training at the University of Washington Autism Center, serving on appointment as senior fellow on multiple studies examining copy number variations (CNV) and genetic events among children on the autism spectrum funded by the Simons Foundation for Autism Research Initiative (SFARI). He completed clinical and research training for the Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R) and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) from the University of Michigan Autism & Communication Disorders Center (UMACC) in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has also obtained certification in Pivotal Response Treatment ABA from the Koegel Autism Center. He is an adjunct faculty member of Seattle Pacific University’s School of Psychology, Family, & Community (SPFC), serving as an instructor for psychopharmacology and psychological testing.

 

Elizabeth Viney PhD

Elizabeth Viney PhD

PhD Psychologist

“I love working with children with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders because I love providing hope. I love that I can share with families the impact of evidence-based interventions that can lead to skill development, growth, and ultimately, joy.”

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Colleges: Syracuse University, North Carolina State University
Degrees: Ph.D. in School Psychology, M.S. in Psychology, B.A. in Psychology
Memberships: American Psychological Association, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, National Association of School Psychologists

Dr. Koenig has been involved with the assessment and treatment of children with disabilities since 2007. She received her B.A. in Psychology from North Carolina State University in 2008 and completed her graduate studies at Syracuse University, where she received her M.S. in Psychology (2010) and her Ph.D. in School Psychology (2013). Throughout her graduate training, Dr. Koenig worked in elementary schools, developmental preschools, hospital-based psychology clinics, and community mental health centers. She has served on numerous multi-disciplinary teams to provide assessment and treatment for children with developmental disabilities, disruptive behavior disorders, and academic problems.

Dr. Koenig completed her clinical internship at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, in the Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation, where she provided comprehensive outpatient behavioral and mental health care to children and their families. While there, Dr. Koenig participated in research surrounding the use of peer-mediated interventions for children with autism. She has received clinical training and supervision for administration of the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS), supervised graduate students in their assessment and treatment of academic problems in children, led social skills groups for children with autism, and led behavior management trainings for parents and staff at various institutions. Most recently, Dr. Koenig provided outpatient behavioral and mental health care to children and teens in a private practice in Lacey, Washington. She is excited to be living and working in the greater Seattle area and thrilled to be a part of the team at the ICAN Center for Autism. Dr. Koenig enjoys hiking, traveling, and doing volunteer work.

Melissa Cope

Melissa Cope

MSW, LSWAIC, RBT, CBT Mental Health Therapist/Behavior Technician