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Neuropsychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
On staff since October 2002
Academic Title: Clinical Associate Professor
Dr. M. is a Phenomenal child psychologist......My son joseph age 11 has been going to him for almost a year and he has taken on a difficult challenge with joseph. It is very difficult for an adult to gain the trust of my son enough for them to truly work with him and Dr. M managed to do that in a very short amount of time. he gets my son which few people do, nothing phases him and he is able to get me back on track to the task at hand. My son has come a long way since seeing dr. M. on a regular basis and I am truly grateful. His classroom behavior went from the absolute worst child in the school who would attack staff and then being placed in a contained classroom to being not only a leader in his class but a leader in his school winning a distrisct award for overcomming adversity. At home he has gone from daily meltdowns (yes police have been involved a few times) that would last for hours at least 5-6 times a week to minor melt downs that top (on a really bad day) 15-30 minutes and they are not the same kind of meltlowns there is no pushing shoving hitting or punching. He now not all the time but at least half of the time will accept responsibility for his actions and I have become really proud of the hard work he has contributed and am grateful that dr. M truly gets him and was able to assist in such wonderful results in so short of a time. I wish that seattle childrens would offer more clinical hours to children like joseph because the staff truly helps to change lives and dr m. is an example of this. thank you.
Child and adolescent psychopathology; assessment and treatment; developmental psychopathology; pediatric neuropsychology
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