Daniel J Kriz, Psy.D.
- Psychology, Pediatric Psychology
- Special Interest:
- Accepting Patients:
"Assisting families of children and adolescents with the demands of various developmental challenges/neurological conditions has always been a passion of mine. I continue to learn from the families I work with and enjoy the personalities and the differences I see with children with autism."
Prior to coming to OHSU in 2011, Dr. Kriz completed various training phases of his doctoral program including an internship at the Warm Springs Training Institute in Boise, Idaho and Northwest Neurobehavioral Health in Meridian, Idaho. Dr. Kriz’s primary interest areas include neuropsychological evaluation, autism evaluation, and treatment of individuals on the autism spectrum. Although Dr. Kriz`s primary area of interest is clinical, he also possess collaborative research interests and currently provides assistance to ongoing autism research at OHSU. Dr. Kriz lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife (a public health policy researcher) and their son. When not working or parenting, Dr. Kriz enjoys playing basketball, fly fishing, hiking, skiing, and being with friends.
B.S., University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, USA, 1999
M.S.W., Eastern Washington University School of Social Work, Cheney, WA, USA, 2004
Psy.D., Pacific University School of Professional Psychology, Forest Grove, OR, USA, 2011
Pediatric Psychology, Oregon Health & Science University, 2011- Current
Autism Program, Oregon Health & Science University, 2011- Current