Brian Razzino Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist with over twenty-five-years of experience working with children, families and adults. He received his doctorate in clinical psychology from DePaul University (Chicago, IL.), and completed his clinical child and adolescent psychology internship at Children's National Medical Center (CNMC) in Washington, DC where he continues to serve on the faculty and teach at George Washington University. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, The Virginia Academy of Psychology, and the Northern Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists. Dr. Razzino has worked with hundreds of families on depression, anxiety, learning differences and ADHD. He has extensive clinical experience with complex developmental difficulties and training in neuropsychology. Dr. Razzino is a certified Program for Education and Enrichment of Relationship Skills (PEERS) provider through the Semel Neuroscience Institute at UCLA. U His performing arts training, which he weaves naturally into his clinical activities, helps him connect to and bond with families and children from a wide range of backgrounds. In his personal time, he has founded the Arts Fund for Child Health and Development, a scholarship program funding summer theatre classes for underprivileged children and teens. He is most proud of being a father and husband while doing what is closest to his heart, working with children and families.
Marci Cohen, LCSW
Katherine Doyle is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in Virginia. In 1989, she completed her Master of Arts degree in Social Work at the University of Chicago. Ms. Doyle has over twenty years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults. She has spent the last fifteen years working in a large public school system as a school social worker. In the school system, she has worked at all levels including pre-schools, elementary, middle and high school. Along with working in all areas of public education, she has worked with both general and special education students. As part of this, Ms. Doyle worked at Mark Twain Center a middle school program for students with emotional disabilities. In addition, she worked in an inpatient psychiatric unit at Northwestern Hospital in Chicago, and at several non-profit agencies serving children, families and adults. For four years, Ms. Doyle worked with young adults and families at The Women’s Center in Vienna, Virginia. Ms. Doyle is well-versed in Evidence Based Practice (EBP) curricula and uses them regularly with children who have symptoms of ADHD, Autism, anxiety, depression, relationship issues and difficulties regulating their emotions. Ms. Doyle is currently an academic fellow studying at The Contemporary Freudian Society.
Traci Reno, LCSW
Traci Reno is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) in Virginia. In 1994, she completed her Master of Social Work degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University. Ms. Reno has over eighteen years of experience working in a large public school system as a school social worker. She has worked at all levels including elementary, middle and high school and has worked with both general education and special education students. Ms. Reno is well-versed in Evidence Based Practice (EBP) curricula and uses them regularly with children who have symptoms of ADHD, Autism, anxiety, depression and and/or have difficulties regulating their emotions. Additionally, Ms. Reno has over fifteen years of experience as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor working with adolescents and adults.
Psychological Testing and Assessment:
Jessica Machado, MA, Nationally Certified School Psychologist
Brian Razzino, Ph.D. also conducts assessments in addition to his therapy work with children, adolescents and families.
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