Kaitlin Proctor, PhD, earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Auburn University. She completed her predoctoral internship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and her postdoctoral residency at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, in partnership with Emory University School of Medicine. Her training focused on the application of behavioral interventions for an array of pediatric concerns, such as disruptive behaviors, anxiety, pain coping and medication adherence, as well as caregiver training to support the generalization of interventions beyond clinic settings. Dr. Proctor received training in the area of pediatric psychology, which focuses on children’s behavioral, developmental and psychosocial functioning in the context of pediatric healthcare.
As a licensed clinical psychologist in the Feeding Program, Dr. Proctor provides multidisciplinary assessment services, as well as intervention services in the day treatment and outpatient programs. Dr. Proctor is also certified in parent-child interaction therapy, an evidence-based parent training intervention for disruptive behaviors or noncompliance in young children.