Dr. Hollman is a child psychologist who specializes in psychotherapy for anxiety and depression in children and adolescents. As a child and adolescent psychologist, serves clients ages 4-18, and their families.
As a child psychologist interested in helping the whole person , Dr. Hollman encourages development of each child’s emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual life.
“It was amazing! My son has seen several therapists before… He came out with a whole new attitude and comfort level.”
Mother of eight-year-old boy talking to staff at Riverside.
Dr. Hollman obtained her doctorate in clinical psychology from Biola University and has received advanced training in parenting education and cognitive behavioral therapy. She has worked in a variety of residential care and outpatient specialty clinics.
Prior to joining Riverside, Dr. Hollman served as a child psychologist at the Ross Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders in Washington, DC. She has also served as a child psychologist for two Leesburg-area residential facilities.
Dr. Hollman integrates play therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help younger children and their families identify and meet goals. She uses CBT and supportive counseling strategies to help adolescents find greater satisfaction in relationships and academic performance.
Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents Struggling with Depression and Anxiety
Individual Counseling for Children & Adolescents Experiencing Difficulties Related to:
Parental separation and/or divorce
Adjustment to other major life changes
Appointment and Insurance Issues
Dr. Hollman sees clients and their families on a fee-for-service basis. While she does not participate as a provider with medical insurance companies, Riverside staff will submit paperwork on your behalf to your insurance company in order for you to receive out-of-network reimbursement (if your insurance offers this option).
Many people choose to pay for their services without involving medical insurance companies. There are several benefits to not involving insurance companies in counseling care. These include greater privacy (no insurance record of visits) and no managed care restrictions or preauthorization requirements.
After-school and after work hours are available.