Michelle Evans is skilled in a broad range of clinical work including psychotherapy, assessment, supervision and consultation. In her role as psychological assistant, she conducts comprehensive diagnostic evaluations designed to deliver a range of diagnoses including autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other developmental delays or disabilities.
Michelle’s integrative approach to emotional and behavioral health is shaped by her experience with and understanding of various psychological perspectives that enable her to effectively investigate human behavior. Through her tenure as a behavior analyst and her training as a psychologist, she has developed an expertise in providing support services for children, adolescents and families who struggle with developmental delays, behavioral health, depression, anxiety, trauma, chemical dependency, anger management, emotional disorders and personality disorders. Michelle brings to her work her commitment to assist children and their families in achieving a personal experience of growth in behavioral and relational areas.
Michelle holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from University of California Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in counseling, with an emphasis on advanced applied behavior analysis, from Nova Southeastern University. She is currently completing her Psy.D in clinical psychology through Pacifica Graduate Institute. Michelle is also a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).