Dr. Dauterman works with children and adolescents in the Child Anxiety Center at EBTCS.
About Dr. Dauterman
Dr. Dauterman is pursuing advanced training and specialization in the evidenced-based treatment of anxiety and related problems in children and adolescents. She comes to EBTCS with significant prior training and experience working with youth suffering from anxiety, mood, trauma-related, and disruptive behavior disorders. She is particularly passionate about treating the range of internalizing disorders including anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders in youth and has experience providing evidence-based treatments for these problems in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Dr. Dauterman completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology the University of California, Santa Barbara and her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Seattle Pacific University. Her doctoral research examined the risk factors that lead young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) to experience additional impairment associated with anxiety and depressive symptoms. Dr. Dauterman completed her pre-doctoral clinical internship at Central Regional Hospital and University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, where she provided both inpatient and outpatient treatment to youth and families exhibiting a range of internalizing disorders.
Dr. Dauterman is trained in evidence-based interventions for anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD and other disruptive behavior disorders, behavioral parent training, neurodevelopmental disorders, substance abuse, and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). She has previously worked in pediatric clinics, psychiatric hospitals, and school settings and is passionate about treating youth and families through the utilization of the best evidence-based interventions.