January Anniversaries!

Wednesday, Jan 31, 2018 by Child & Family Development



As January comes to an end, please join us as we celebrate two very special clinicians at Child & Family Development.

Physical Therapist, Gail Fennimore, celebrates 24 years of helping families in the community this month. We are so grateful for Gail's expertise, humor and passion for the work that she does. Gail has a particular focus in Neurodevelopmental Therapy (NDT) and is a Pediatric Certified Specialist. She has significant training and experience in torticollis, sensory processing dysfunction, complex neurological conditions and developmental issues of all descriptions.

Dr. Devon Redmond, Psychologist, celebrates 3 years at Child & Family Development. Dr. Redmond is an integral part of our team at CFD. Her positive attitude, competence and interaction with families is remarkable. Dr. Redmond works with children and adolescents to manage issues such as anxiety, depression and ADHD.  She uses a range of treatment modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), distress tolerance and mindfulness training, and social skill building.  Dr. Redmond conducts evaluations for autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays, learning differences, ADHD and other psychological disorders.  

Topics: Gail Fennimore, Devon Redmond

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