Georgette Yetter,  Ph.D.
Psychologist specializing in diagnostic evaluation

About Me

I am a licensed health service psychologist in Oklahoma (#1016) and a licensed psychologist in Kansas (#1230). I am also a nationally certified school psychologist (#33294).

I hold a PhD in School Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

I completed a 12-month internship in pediatric psychology at the Munroe Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, where I received extensive training in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with developmental disabilities. The internship included a 6-month clinical rotation in an intensive early childhood intervention program for children with Autism, where I conducted periodic comprehensive assessments of the children using the ADOS and other measures and implemented applied behavior analysis-based treatments.

In 2003 I was awarded the LEND Certificate of Interdisciplinary Leadership Training in Developmental Disabilities from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.

I received formal training in the assessment of autism spectrum disorders at the University of Michigan Autism Center and continue to update my clinical skills by pursuing a variety of formal clinical training experiences.

I also have experience working in public schools, serving children and adolescents from special education preschool through grade 12. In that capacity I worked together with parents and school professionals to provide assessment, consultation, and counseling/therapy services.

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