Cheryl Bounds-Spellacy, LP

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Cheryl Bounds-Spellacy, LP

“Because I understand the importance of emotional wellness, which begins in childhood, I am committed to providing behavioral health services to the pediatric population.”

Cheryl Bounds-Spellacy, LP

Welcoming New Patients

 

Because I understand the importance of emotional wellness, which begins in childhood, I am committed to providing behavioral health services to the pediatric population. I appreciate the value of an effective assessment to address appropriate concerns, and I encourage family involvement because it is critical to the success of the child in therapy. I see myself as a therapist who can model and coach families to attend to the emotional and mental health needs of their child, work with other providers effectively, and collaborate with schools and other involved parties.

Outside of my practice, I am an avid Minnesota Wild hockey fan. I love to spend time with my family and dogs. I also enjoy cooking, reading and spending time in Northern Minnesota.

Specialty

Behavioral health

Education, Training and Certifications

Professional School: St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, 1993

MN State Licensure as a Licensed Psychologist, since 1996

Areas of Expertise

Treatment for ADHD, Autism Spectrum, mood, anxiety and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents.
Treatment of children/adolescents who have experienced abuse/neglect and other traumatic events.
ADHA assessment protocols as supported by the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Psychological Association.
Trained in the application of evidence based practices for children and adolescents, including cognitive behavioral therapy.

Specialty

Behavioral health

Education, Training and Certifications

Professional School: St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, 1993

MN State Licensure as a Licensed Psychologist, since 1996

Areas of Expertise

Treatment for ADHD, Autism Spectrum, mood, anxiety and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents.
Treatment of children/adolescents who have experienced abuse/neglect and other traumatic events.
ADHA assessment protocols as supported by the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Psychological Association.
Trained in the application of evidence based practices for children and adolescents, including cognitive behavioral therapy.

Cheryl Bounds-Spellacy, LP

Welcoming New Patients

 

Because I understand the importance of emotional wellness, which begins in childhood, I am committed to providing behavioral health services to the pediatric population. I appreciate the value of an effective assessment to address appropriate concerns, and I encourage family involvement because it is critical to the success of the child in therapy. I see myself as a therapist who can model and coach families to attend to the emotional and mental health needs of their child, work with other providers effectively, and collaborate with schools and other involved parties.

Outside of my practice, I am an avid Minnesota Wild hockey fan. I love to spend time with my family and dogs. I also enjoy cooking, reading and spending time in Northern Minnesota.