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Kurt A. Freeman, PhD, ABPP

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Specialties:
Pediatrics, Psychology
Special Interests:
Child Development, Mental Health
Accepting Patients:
Yes
Languages:
English

Academic and Clinical Positions

Director, Behavioral Pediatrics Treatment Program

Professor

Biography

 

Dr. Freeman provides evidence-based treatment for children with and without special health care needs. His expertise is in the application of behaviorally based interventions, targeting a host of child rearing challenges and presenting problems. He directs and provides care through the Behavioral Pediatrics Treatment Program. Further, he offers outpatient treatment services to children with more severe emotional and behavioral challenges through the Division of Pediatric Psychology Treatment Program.

 

 

 

His research focus is on behavioral assessment and intervention with children with a host of special health care needs.

 

Professional Education

  • Degree:
    Ph.D., West Virginia University, 1999
  • Residency:

    Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Father Flanagan’s Girls and Boys Home, Omaha NE

  • Certification:

     

    Oregon Licensed Psychologist

    Board Certified Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 

 

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503 346-0640

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