Diagnosis. Treatment. Consultation. Training.

Dr. Nicole Burt, PH.D.

Psychology Resident

Dr. Burt received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology, with an emphasis on child clinical psychology, from Northern Illinois University. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at University of Arizona School of Medicine, in the Department of Psychiatry, where she engaged in treatment, evaluation, and consultation services for children and adolescents in a multidisciplinary, hospital setting. Dr. Burt is currently completing her post-doctoral residency at Gentry Pediatric Behavioral Services.

Throughout her training, Dr. Burt has worked in a number of settings, including multidisciplinary clinics, hospitals, private practices, and research laboratories. Within these settings she has gained experience in the treatment and evaluation of children, adolescents, and young adults with a variety of presenting concerns. In particular, Dr. Burt specializes in the treatment and evaluation of Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, learning disorders, intellectual disability, anxiety (e.g., OCD, selective mutism, social anxiety, phobias), mood disorders, and oppositional behavior.

Dr. Burt is dedicated to evidence-based practice and the science of psychology. Although she is theoretically grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dr. Burt pulls from various evidence based approaches (e.g., Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis) to tailor her clinical work such to meet the needs of each individual child. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Burt has been active in research examining child temperament, the rearing context (e.g., parenting, interparental relationship adjustment), and developmental psychopathology, and has presented this research at national and international conferences.