- Katherine Falwell, Ph.D., BCBA-D, CEO and clinical child psychologist
- Rebecca Penna, Ph.D., NCSP, neuropsychologist
- Regilda (Rea) Romero, Ph.D., licensed psychologist
- Yoreidy Tavárez, Ph.D., licensed psychologist, postdoctoral resident
- Taylor Thompson, Ph.D., postdoctoral resident
- Andrew Scherbarth, Ph.D., BCBA-D, clinical child psychologist
- Max Horovitz, Ph.D., clinical child psychologist
- Tammy Tran, M.D., pediatrician
Keystone is an integrated healthcare clinic founded on the premise that early assessment, identification and treatment are critical to maximizing potential and preventing major challenges through a child’s life. The staff works in collaborative teams of behavioral and developmental professionals with extensive backgrounds in diverse areas of childhood development and behavior.
Keystone’s behavior therapy approach is tailored for each child based on how often behaviors occur, how long they last, what typically precedes the behavior problem, how behaviors are handled, etc. Although behavioral therapies are different from disorder to disorder, in each case, Keystone behavioral therapists encourage children and adolescents to try new behaviors and not to allow negative "rewards" to dictate the ways in which they act.
Although the therapist may be able to give you some general ideas about what to expect with treatment and may be able to provide general suggestions, the therapist is not able to provide you with a formal treatment plan or specific, in-depth recommendations until data is gathered through observations, functional assessments and behavior rating scales. Also, the course and timeline of treatment often varies across children and families depending on a variety of factors (e.g., presenting concerns, severity of problems, frequency of attendance, progress, etc.). Treatment plans are frequently fluid, allowing for modifications depending on changing factors as time elapses.