This page contains information about private educational evaluators in Montana. This is not a complete list of individuals who conduct educational evaluations in Montana. The individuals listed here are included as a courtesy, not a recommendation. DRM makes no recommendation or guarantee regarding the abilities of the individuals listed or their likelihood of success with your concerns.
Private educational evaluators are typically psychologists or neuropsychologists who have specific training and experience conducting educational evaluations. You may wish to ask your pediatrician or other trusted healthcare provider for referrals in your area as well. If you are an educational evaluator and would like to be included in this list, please contact DRM at 406-449-2344.
Some educational evaluators who practice in Montana are:
Dr. Jeffrey M. Cory, Ph.D.
Rocky Mountain Neuropsychology, LLC
7 West Main Street, Suite 207-5
Bozeman, MT 59715
Phone: (406) 582-4466
Dr. Brenda Roche, Ph.D.
The Center for Children and Families
3021 Third Avenue North
Billings, MT 59101
Phone: (406) 294-5090
Dr. Robert Velin, Ph.D.
Community Physician Group – MT Neurobehavioral Specialists South
1622 South Avenue West
Missoula, MT 59801
Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA)
BCBAs use principals of applied behavior analysis (ABA) to help understand social significant behavior and develop plans to help change specific behaviors of concern. BCBAs are nationally certified though the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). A list of BCBAs that practice in Montana can be found using BACB search feature at: http://info.bacb.com/o.php?page=100155. Not all BCBAs listed there are in private practice.
If you are a BCBA and would like to be included in our referral list, please contact DRM at 406-449-2344.
Yellow Pages for Kids is also a good resource to find several service providers for students throughout the state of Montana:http://www.yellowpagesforkids.com/help/mt.htm
The Education section of the DRM website was supported in part by a generous grant from the Montana Justice Foundation.
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