Christine Brendle, Ph.D. Psychological Testing and Therapy

UPDATED: November 18, 2020

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, teenagers, and young adults. 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.

Additionally, I offer consultation for families who are unsure what type of services would be helpful, and I provide intensive short-term therapy. I provide treatment for anxiety, depression, selective mutism, sleep problems, school refusal, anger, family conflict, parent behavior management, and more.

  • Languages:
  • English
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300 North Washington Street
Suite 607
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States






Christine Brendle, Ph.D.

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