Amy Bohlander, PhD

Licensed Psychologist

Amy Bohlander, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist who specializes in working with children, teens, and young adults with anxiety, OCD, autism spectrum, and related concerns. Dr. Bohlander uses a cognitive behavioral approach in her practice, which involves helping her clients solve current problems and learn new skills. She also provides exposure/ response prevention for obsessive compulsive disorder. Additionally, Dr. Bohlander conducts cognitive and academic testing for school placement (e.g., private school admissions testing, appeals testing for highly capable programming), as well as evaluations for autism spectrum disorder and other learning challenges.

Dr. Bohlander earned her Ph.D. in school psychology at the University of Washington, an APA-accredited program. She completed an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship in child clinical psychology at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and a post-doctoral fellowship in child clinical psychology at Seattle Children’s Hospital- Autism Center. Dr. Bohlander worked as a staff psychologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital- Autism Center from 2011-2017. While at Seattle Children's, Dr. Bohlander participated in extensive training in the assessment and treatment of OCD and Tourette’s with Dr. Geoffrey Wiegand, Director of the Seattle Children's OCD Intensive Outpatient Program. At the Autism Center, Dr. Bohlander’s role included conducting diagnostic evaluations for autism spectrum, providing exposure/ response prevention for youth with co-occurring ASD and OCD through the Anxiety Clinic within the Autism Center, and teaching parent-education classes about autism. She has been in private practice since 2014.

Dr. Bohlander is not contracted with any insurance companies but can provide you with an itemized invoice for third-party reimbursement. Please check with your insurance provider for details about out-of-network benefits. 

Dr. Bohlander can be reached via email at or by phone at 206-289-0634.

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