MS ESE, MA CMHC, QPPE, PhD Psychology
Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Special Education and Child Development Interventionist, and non-clinical Psychoneuroeducational Psychologist. With a deep appreciation for the human process of healing, growth, and transformation, her personal and professional explorations have led to a focused and effective approach to personal growth and transformation as well as evidence-based approaches for resolving challenges of learning, behavior, self-regulation, and development of social, emotional, and attachment processes. Dr. Darleen Claire supports the broad development of children and adolescents, and is passionate about working with families and children who are dealing with Neurodevelopmental Challenges [including Autism Spectrum Disorder] and Attachment Disorder (i.e. RAD or DSED).
Some areas of specialization include:
Dr. Darleen Claire is a National Speaker and Presenter, presenting for the Council for Exceptional Children on such topics as:
She provides approved Georgia Bright From the Start continuing education training for early childhood educators on such topics as:
A Credentialed Parent Educator, she holds the QPPE or Qualified Professional Parent Educator designation with NPEN, a multi-state coalition promoting excellence in parent training and education.
Holding Bachelor degrees in Pre-Med and Divinity, she holds a Masters degree in Exceptional Student Education from Nova Southeast University, and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the CACREP accredited Adams State University. Dr. Darleen Claire practices Clinical Mental Health at the Masters level through Orchard Human Services, Inc. under the clinical supervision of Jeff Emery Miller, LPC, CCS. She also holds Doctorate of Divinity credentials as a Non-Denomination Ministerial Counselor with a background in NLP and Kinesiology. She is currently finalizing her PhD program in Psychoneuroeducational Psychology.
Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski is affiliated with:
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