Nichole Sage, Psy.D., Psychologist, received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in child and family practice from Pacific University. She has completed training at Wright State University, Dayton Children's Hospital, Morrison Child & Family Services, and Oregon Health & Science University-Child Development and Rehabilitation Center. Nichole has a special interest in evaluating and treating infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and early school-age children. Her practice centers on work with children who have developmental and behavioral challenges, including ADHD, anxiety, emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, and disruptive behaviors such as tantrums, aggression, and noncompliance. She co-teaches the child group of the Incredible Years curriculum, an evidence-based treatment for children with internalizing and externalizing problems. She also has a background in helping children and families cope with medically-related problems, such as treatment adherence, feeding, toileting, and sleeping issues. Nichole utilizes a behavioral/cognitive-behavioral framework with a high degree of family involvement and parent training to develop and implement practical interventions. Nichole also participates in the Children’s Program training program as a supervisor of doctoral practicum trainees and psychologist residents.
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