We do everything we can to ensure your children are at their best. The Youth Clinic provides a wide variety of therapies and services to help healthy and active young minds stay that way.
Brian Mesinger, Ph.D. joined The Youth Clinic in 1994. He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Hofstra University in New York. Dr. Mesinger focuses on the evaluation, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of emotional and mental health issues. He uses psychotherapy and other counseling skills to improve a variety of problems like worry, fear, panic, nervousness, sadness, tantrums, or similar difficulties.
For more information or for questions regarding insurance, call Pam Miller at 970-267-6717.
Roxanne K. Batezel, MS, CCC, joined The Youth Clinic as a Speech/Language Pathologist in 2000. She evaluates and treats language learning issues while incorporating tactics such as games, group activities, crafts, and computers into her therapy sessions to facilitate engaging language development.
If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s language skills, call 970-267-6734 now.
Dietitian & Lactation Services
Martha Gooldy Garcia is a registered dietitian who brings over 18 years of experience in the field of pediatric nutrition. Quality nutrition plays an essential role in the health and well being of children and families. You can expect practical support and guidance in helping your family develop smart eating habits.
Martha specializes in picky eaters, over and underweight children, texture/sensory issues, healthy eating strategies for the family, breastfeeding support, food allergies, and diets for children with special medical needs.
Call (970) 482-2515 to make an appointment!
John Murray is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist at Murray Therapy with over 25 years of pediatric experience. At Murray Therapy, trained, experienced, and registered pediatric occupational therapists work with you and your child to achieve whole-body success. We work with your child in a variety of areas including sensory processing disorders, gross and fine motor skills, poor handwriting, lack of self-confidence, and more. For more information, visit murraytherapy.com. You can also call 970-226-6225 or click here to contact John now.
Kelli received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology prior to earning her Master of Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University. She has experience working with people of all ages, but has found that working with children is highly rewarding due to their ability to progress, grow, and stay positive. Kelli enjoys working with children in order to expand their fine and gross motor abilities, sensory processing, and social/emotional skills.