Dr. Anderson's patients are interested in evidence-based approaches to address problems and to reach goals. In some cases, there are questions regarding a specific diagnosis (e.g., Autism Spectrum Disorder). Patients choose to work with him so that they can have an experienced professional help them implement effective strategies. Parents who work with him are interested in learning additional approaches to help their child, whether addressing anxiety, mood, or disruptive behaviors. Dr. Anderson teams up with and collaborate with patients and their parents because when they work together, they can achieve meaningful change!
Dr. Anderson, Ph.D., joined the Behavioral Pediatrics Program at Rochester Regional Health in 2017. Dr. Anderson received his PhD in Psychology (clinical track), with a focus on anxiety disorders and behavior problems. Dr. Anderson completed his predoctoral internship with the United States Air Force in San Antonio, Texas. For three years he worked with military children and families stationed in the United Kingdom before completing a postdoctoral fellowship in integrated primary care at Geisinger Health System in 2017. Dr. Anderson has had extensive training in and experience with behavioral interventions, parent management strategies, and consultation with schools and medical providers. He specializes in using evidence-based treatments and evidence-informed strategies in addressing a variety of behavioral health concerns, including Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders, sleep problems, disruptive behaviors, and anxiety disorders.