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Dr. Amy Palmer, PHD

Adolescent Psychology ·  Female · Age 47

Dr. Palmer

Dr. Amy Palmer, PHD is an adolescent psychologist in Asheville, NC and has been practicing for 16 years. She graduated from University Of South Carolina in 2001 and specializes in adolescent psychology.


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(828) 772-5335

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No malpractice claims found for North Carolina
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Dr. Palmer's conditions and procedures:

  • ADHD and-or ADD
  • Anxiety
  • Behavior Management
  • Behavioral Disorders
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Depressive Disorders

About Me

Care Philosophy

Coordinated care with pediatricians and school personnel

Specialties

  • Adolescent Psychology

Education

2003
Johns Hopkins School Of Medicine / The Kennedy Krieger Institute
Fellowship Hospital
2003
Johns Hopkins School Of Medicine / The Kennedy Krieger Institute
Internship Hospital
2001
Johns Hopkins School Of Medicine
Residency Hospital
2001
University Of South Carolina
Medical School
1993
Clemson University
Undergraduate School
2003
2003
2001
2001
1993

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My son has Down Syndrome. He is non-verbal. He was having a terrible school year. At the advice of a friend, I called Dr. Amy. She went to my son’s school within days of our first conversation. She observed part of his day. She was quick to give me a report on her observations. She gave advice on how best to “fix” the situation. Dr. Amy’s advice was spot on! She is the kid guru! Just as my friend told me! We are lucky to have you Dr. Amy!!
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My background is child psych & childhood dev, yet that in no way prepped me to coach own my son. Especially since we're both ADD! That being said, having known hundreds of clinicians in my lifetime, I assert that Dr. Palmer is not only beyond reproach, she is kind yet tenacious. She is empathic whilst still exuding a professionalism earned of her education, experience, hard work & a pure, innate talent to talk w/kids. My son has had exponiential progress & always looks forward to seeing her. <3
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While I appreciate Dr. Palmer's manner with our daughter, she has been very disorganized in every regard. It took her several months to complete a Psychoeducational Evaluation. Meaning, we had our daughter go in for the evaluation, then we met with Dr. Palmer for preliminary results, and then it took her over 6 months to even get us a formal summary to show her teachers, and this she had to actually FAX over to the school while we were having our IEP meeting because it was so last minute.
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