Rand Coleman


Rand is a graduate of Hahnemann University, where he obtained his training in Clinical Psychology, specializing in Neuropsychology. After completing a two-year fellowship in the Department of Neuropsychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, he worked in Green Bay, WI, providing support services for individuals with developmental disabilities. During this time, he and his wife, Anne, did emergency foster care, eventually transitioning to long term foster care, and adopting two children. He is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, and attachment-based therapy and parenting techniques. Work for the Devereux Foundation in Pennsylvania has focused on care and treatment of children with autism, intellectual disability, and severe behavior problems. Family therapy work has used the Theraplay model in the service of helping families develop better relationships with their autistic children/siblings, and is integrated with other modalities, such as picture communication programs (e.g., PECS), teaching of daily life skills, positive behavioral supports, and community integration practice. Now in private practice, Rand’s time is split between providing therapy, doing neuropsychological testing, and conducting trainings. Rand can be reached at [email protected]

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