Julie G. Hartman, PhD


Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Lic. # 28202

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When there is a persistent question or concern about the child's happiness or behavior that needs further understanding, therapy should be considered.

In many cases, a child is referred to Dr. Hartman for her particular techniques, style, or specialty areas:

  • individual therapy with children as young as 8 years

  • free-form and structured Play/Art Therapy

  • specialty with girls (although she also helps boys)

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques

  • specialty with Parent Consultation and Parent-Child Therapy

Common issues Dr. Hartman treats are anxiety, phobias, OCD, depression, divorce, family stress, obedience/defiance, ADHD, and adjustment.

Sometimes, Parent Consultation
or Parent-Child Psychotherapy is a useful way to improve a child's problems and facilitate healthy child development. Common themes are family harmony, good habits, rewards/consequences, motivation, and rules.

Contact Dr. Hartman to discuss ways she may be able to help you/your child.