Brandie J. Bartlett is a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist practicing in Prince William County, Virginia and Washington, DC.
Dr. Bartlett conducts broad psychological and psycho-educational assessments with children (as young as age 3), adolescents, and adults. Dr. Bartlett is experienced in the evaluation and treatment of a variety of clinical concerns, including Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, Autism spectrum disorders, mood disorders, anxiety, and psychosis.
Dr. Bartlett relies on multiple sources of information, such as tests of personality and behavior, tests of ability or intelligence, as well as personal and collateral interviews.
Typically, these assessments provide diagnostic clarification, evaluate particular areas of functioning or disability for school or employment settings, and provide recommendations for individuals and their families with regard to accommodations, compensation strategies, and treatment.
Specific types of evaluations include:
- Educational evaluations to document disabilities that require academic accommodations
- Cognitive and memory testing to establish baseline or later functioning in cases of dementia or other cognitive decline
- Forensic and child custody, employment and immigration, bariatric surgery, and adoption evaluations
Dr. Bartlett also provides individual therapy to children (as young as age 3) and adults, often focused on improving attachments and relationships, decreasing mood and anxiety symptoms, developing coping strategies for emotional and behavioral issues, including anger, and improving relationships with family, peers, and authority figures.
After graduating from the University of South Florida, Dr. Bartlett completed her doctoral studies at the American School of Professional Psychology in 2007. She has worked in a variety of settings, including inpatient, outpatient community mental health, juvenile detention, and private practice.
or, call her at 703.680.4200 X122