ROBERT M. NEWELL, PH.D.
FORENSIC AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Specializing in Behavioral Healthcare for Children &
Adolescents, Families, Couples, and Adults.
DR. ROBERT M. NEWELL
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I am a forensic and clinical psychologist, and am licensed to practice psychology in the State of Washington. I have over 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, families, couples, and adults. I received my bachelor of science degree in psychology from the University of Washington, and my doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Utah. As part of my training as a child/adolescent psychologist, I completed my pre-doctoral internship training at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.
I specialize in treating children and adolescents who are experiencing emotional or behavior problems such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, anxiety, behavior and conduct problems, Bipolar Disorder, depression, learning or school problems, and substance abuse. I also specialize in working with children, families, and adults who are struggling with issues related to divorce and/or remarriage. In addition, I work with children and adults who have experienced physical and emotional trauma such as domestic violence and sexual abuse. I also work with adults on a variety of treatment issues such as relationship problems, and personal growth and career development. CLICK HERE to learn more about my treatment services.
I also specialize in providing forensic psychological services to the Court and to attorneys. CLICK HERE to learn more about my forensic services.
In addition, I am a member of the following professional organizations:
► American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS; Division 41, American Psychological Association)
► Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (SCCAP; Division 53, American Psychological Association)
► Chair, Board of Directors, Yakima CHADD Chapter (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), Yakima, Washington.
► Co-editor, Washington Psychologist, The Newsletter of the Washington Psychological Association.
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To provide state-of-the-art behavioral healthcare to my patients in a caring and compassionate manner with a holistic focus on body, mind, and spirit so that each individual may reach his or her greatest potential.
Competence: Helping people to overcome their psychological and emotional issues and to improve their quality-of-life requires that one have a steadfast commitment to both the science and art of psychology. The science of psychology pertains to the field’s most current empirically-derived knowledge about human functioning and the behavior change process. The art of psychology involves the successful implementation of that technology within the context of a safe and compassionate therapeutic relationship that fosters both healing and change.
Integrity: The core value of integrity is fundamental to the promotion of health and wellness, and incorporates many different issues in various forms. However, the basic concept of integrity is that of a consistent adherence to a clear set of moral values and ethics as a basis for one’s decisions and actions.
Trust: The basic concept of trust is the knowledge and belief that one can rely on another individual to always act in good faith and in a way that maintains and perpetuates a healthy (professional) relationship.
What You Can Expect
When you decide to use my treatment services, you can be assured that I will take your concerns and issues seriously, and that I will be fully committed to doing my part to help you to improve your life, the life of your child, or the life of your family. This is my commitment to you.
► CONTACT ME for a free 30-minutue telephone consultation to answer any questions you may have or if you would like to schedule an appointment.