Welcome to The Serin Center!
Dr. Amy Serin’s results-oriented approach is both scientific and holistic, effectively combining her expertise in clinical psychology and neuropsychology, and leading her team with a deep personal commitment to the health of families and individuals in the West Valley and throughout the Metropolitan Phoenix area.
Experts at The Serin Center recognize and respect that the healing process has many faces: biological, psychological, social, intellectual and emotional, and their broad treatment options reflect that dynamic. These treatment options often include both high-level neuropsychological testing, cognitive and behavior therapy, and EMDR services. For parents raising children with giftedness, ADHD, autism, mood disorders and other special needs, The Serin Center offers additional evaluation, treatment and parent management training to minimize problematic behaviors while increasing positive behaviors at home and in school.
Dr. Serin also provides critical liaison services, such as working with schools, medical professionals or legal entities for treatment and educational planning. The Serin Center’s uniquely personal programs go beyond the industry’s standard, creating a full circle of evaluation and treatment to help clients heal.
Whether you come to the Serin Center for a neuropsychological evaluation, therapy, in-home services, or a consult, you will receive a uniquely personal program designed to meet your goals.
We can assist clients with insurance reimbursement and are an out-of-network provider. All major credit cards are accepted for payment.
For more information about cognitive and behavioral therapy, please visit: http://www.nacbt.org/whatiscbt.htm
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Upcoming Speaking Engagements:
January 26, 2015
Deer Valley Unified School District
Gifted Services Parent Presentation
DVUSD District Office Governing Board Room
20402 N. 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85027
NW corner of 15th Ave. and the westbound 101 access road
"What You Don't Know Can Hurt Them: Ten things never to say to your gifted child, and how to change exasperation to enjoyment."
Pre-registration is required (click here)
February 6, 2015
Arizona Association for Gifted and Talented
Annual Gifted Conference
Registration (click here)