COVID-19 Notice

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, I will be offering blended virtual and face-to-face testing.

 

Meet Dr. Christine Brendle

I received my Ph.D. from Northern Illinois University in Clinical Psychology. Before beginning my professional training, I worked with foster care children in France and conducted cultural training for families moving abroad. I enjoy traveling, trying new foods, and spending time outside with my family.

I specialize in psychological evaluations for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Specific Learning Disorders, anxiety, depression, and other mood symptoms. I focus primarily on the evaluation of school-age children and teenagers. I have experience working collaboratively with schools, therapists, psychiatrists, tutors, and other professionals to provide recommendations and accommodations to support each client appropriately. I strive to customize my approach to best meet the needs of my individual clients.

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Services

Psychological Testing

Psychological Testing is offered for children and teenagers who need diagnostic clarity and appropriate treatment recommendations.

Consultation Services

Consultation Services is available for families who would like to discuss concerns and next steps with a clinical psychologist. 

Therapy Services

Therapy Services include empirically-supported and goal-oriented treatment for unwanted and uncomfortable symptoms. 

Psychological Testing

What is Psychological Testing?

  •  Psychological Testing is a way to determine how your child thinks, learns, and reacts to others.
  • An evaluation is helpful to determine why specific difficulties occur. 
  • Evaluations provide clarity about diagnoses and guide treatment interventions.
 
 

Contact Me

I am looking forward to meeting you soon!

571-748-7844
christine@christinebrendlephd.com
300 North Washington Street 
Suite 607
Alexandria, VA 22314
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* All clients will be given a "Good Faith Estimate" explaining how much testing will cost in compliance with the No Surprises Act, which has gone into effect January 1, 2022. However, surprise bills have never been and never will be a factor during the testing process.

For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises.