Estelle Oyer (She/Her)
Post Doctoral Fellow
I view my role as a therapist as a source of support for my clients as they navigate their unique life journeys and needs. My approach to therapy focuses on establishing a relationship built on trust and safety to support my clients and their families. I take a warm, friendly, and developmentally appropriate approach to therapy and assessment. I am committed to serving diverse individuals as well as working closely with families, schools, and other important relational connections as necessary.
All About Me
I am passionate about working with children, adolescents, teens, and young adults and their families. My previous clinical experience has been in hospital outpatient, community centers, therapeutic day school, and clinical research. I have worked with children, adolescents, and teens with behavioral concerns, emotional disorders, co-morbid diagnoses, school stress, identity formation, and relationships. I have also supported parents and families through divorce, grief, behavioral concerns, and life transitions. I have experience working with individuals who have survived traumatic experiences as well as individuals experiencing traumatic stress. I integrate various therapeutic interventions with an overall focus on strength-based, resilience-focused, and relational therapy. I value the use of humor paired with a trusting and collaborative relationship in supporting my clients to move towards healing and developing meaningful connections.
I perform diagnostic evaluations for individuals of all ages including cognitive, emotional, developmental, academic, and personality assessments. Through these evaluations, I aim to gain a comprehensive understanding of the unique individual, inform therapeutic interventions, and gain resources for outside therapy and community support.