Psychology Team

Creating the best results for every family!

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

Dr. Viney 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. Viney 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. Viney completed her clinical internship in 2013 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. Viney 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, including Incredible Years parent training groups. In 2017, Dr. Viney became a certified Parent Group Leader for the Incredible Years: Autism Spectrum and Language Delays parent training program. Dr. Viney enjoys traveling, hiking, and climbing in the great Pacific Northwest.

Melissa Cope

Melissa Cope

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