Provider type: Neuropsychologist
Patient Age: Adult, Child & Adolescent
Services Provided: Consultation, Clinical Evaluation, and Psychotherapy
Dr. Hotz provides a holistic approach to therapy treating depression and anxiety, as well as assisting individuals to navigate relationship issues, adjustment issues, and school or occupational stresses. She provides individual therapy to children, adolescents, and young adults using a variety of approaches tailored to each individual, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Sports Psychology, and Strength-Based approaches. Additionally, she provides neuropsychological evaluations for children and consultations for children/ adults. She specializes in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning for individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Learning Disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and mood disorders that may be affecting learning, education, and development.
Emily Hotz, Psy.D., earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from William James College in 2016. She completed Internship training at the Brenner Center for Psychological Assessment and Consultation in Newton, MA, and Y.O.U., Inc in Worcester, MA. She completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) for Children at North Shore Medical Center, where she worked in the Neurodevelopmental Center and Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program. Dr. Hotz’s training included Assessment and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) with children with Autism Spectrum and Developmental Disorders at Melmark New England in Andover, MA, as well as outpatient evaluation and treatment at New Life Counseling and Wellness Center in Randolph, MA. Dr. Hotz has been actively working with children and adolescents in both professional and volunteer capacities and has conducted research in the relationships between stepchildren and stepparents.