Hilary Stratton, PH.D.

Dr. Stratton is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of youth and families, advocacy, and psychological assessment. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Kalamazoo College (2004), and her Master of Science (2009) and Doctor of Philosophy (2012) degrees in Clinical Psychology from Idaho State University. Dr. Stratton completed her pre-doctoral internship at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland’s Behavioral Pediatrics Clinic, and served as a post-doctoral fellow for two years in the hospital’s SEED program (Services to Enhance Early Development).

Dr. Stratton has experience working across a wide range of settings (e.g., private practice, hospital-based clinics, acute inpatient settings, developmental disabilities agencies, college counseling center, community mental health). She has specific training in work with foster children and their families, as well as in infant and early childhood mental health. Dr. Stratton utilizes an integrated and collaborative therapeutic approach, drawing heavily from evidence-based treatments. She believes that thoughtful consideration of the individual’s various systems (e.g., family, work, school, etc.) and cultural contexts is paramount to effective case formulation and treatment planning.

Dr. Stratton has a comprehensive background in psychological assessment. She has training in the assessment and diagnosis of several conditions, including attachment disorders, anxiety disorders, depression, externalizing problems, developmental disabilities, learning disabilities, and ADHD.

“There is in every child at every stage a new miracle of vigorous unfolding, which constitutes a new hope and a new responsibility for all.”
Erik Erikson