Dr. Chelsey Carrington is a psychologist who specializes in working with children and adolescents with various academic, social, learning, and behavioral challenges. Dr. Carrington provides diagnostic evaluations including comprehensive psychoeducation evaluations as well as intervention and therapy services. She uses a strengths-based, collaborative, and cognitive-behavioral approach with children and their families in order to help achieve each individual’s and family’s goals. Dr. Carrington strongly believes in collaboration between all systems in which children develop. Her unique background in school psychology and practice within various settings including schools, residential treatment facilities, healthcare, private practice, and the juvenile justice system provides a strong foundation for working across and within many systems.
Dr. Carrington completed her internship training at the Tennessee Internship Consortium in Knoxville, Tennessee. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Children’s Resource Group under the mentorship and supervision of Dr. Julie Steck, co-founder of CRG.
Services I Offer
- Psychological Evaluations and Testing
- (Learning disabilities, ADHD, anxiety, depression, Autism, intellectual disabilities, developmental delays)
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- School Consultation Services including school-based observation and behavioral planning
- Behavioral Intervention
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Ph.D. in School Psychology – 2014, University of Missouri
M.A. in School Psychology – 2011, University of Missouri
B.A. in Psychology – 2009, Miami University, OH
Chelsey is a native to Indianapolis and enjoys all things Indy including the Colts and Indy 500. In her free time she enjoys traveling, boating, attending concerts, and spending time with her husband and daughter, Jade.