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Dr. Welterlin meets with children and adults for a variety of reasons, the most common of which are listed below. Meetings generally consist of an initial interview to review background and current concerns and then regular meetings thereafter. Meetings typically occur weekly but may be more or less frequent. Services with children typically involve regular meetings with caregivers. When appropriate, out of office observations and consultations may be an aspect of treatment, as well as collaboration with other providers.
Comprehensive psychological assessments performed by Dr. Welterlin are listed below. Assessments typically consist of an initial interview to review background and current concerns, testing and questionnaires, a feedback meeting, and a comprehensive report with recommendations. When appropriate, out of office observations and contact with other service providers may be an aspect of the assessment.
Spectrum Services along with other providers working closely with Dr. Aurelie Welterlin offer multidisciplinary assessments which include a combination of two or more of the following depending of the referral questions/concerns: psychological, educational, behavioral, programming, developmental, and speech assessments. These assessments are scheduled on a monthly basis and include an intake interview with Dr. Welterlin, review of records, testing across providers, a feedback meeting with Dr. Welterlin, and a comprehensive report.
EMBRACE is a therapeutic program that celebrates the unique and individual differences of individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families. Utilizing evidence-based practice, EMBRACE combines the expertise of a transdisciplinary staff of psychologists and behavior analysts, with the knowledge and skills of special and regular education teachers and consultation from occupational and speech and language therapists.
Dr. Welterlin currently provides supervision to BCaBAs and BCBAs who are practicing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in the State of North Carolina. Individuals providing ABA who are not licensed psychologists or psychological associates must be supervised by a licensed psychologist unless otherwise exempt, and the services they provide are considered “ancillary services” (Practice Act 90-270.21). Please refer to the North Carolina Psychology Practice Act (North Carolina Psychology Board) for further information.