Kirstin Drucker, Psy.D.
Dr. Kirstin Drucker is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who provides psychotherapy and psychological evaluations for clients across the age-range. She enjoys working with young children and their families as well as adolescents and young adults. Utilizing an integrative approach, she works to enhance relationships between young children and their caregivers and foster resilience and identity development in teens and young adults as they transition into a new stage of life. As a previous School Psychologist, Dr. Drucker believes it is important to consult and collaborate with schools and school personnel to provide comprehensive support to children, adolescents, and their families. Additionally, Dr. Drucker has specialty experience and interest in working with children and families experiencing childhood chronic illnesses or other medical conditions. Other areas of interest include: anxiety, depression, identity development, ADHD, young children with behavioral difficulties/emotion regulation difficulties, and attachment difficulties.
Dr. Drucker earned her PsyD from James Madison University in 2019. She completed her internship at the University of Louisville Children’s Hospital and postdoctoral fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU in the Division of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology and Transplantation. She holds her EdS in School Psychology from Radford University. Previously, she trained as a School Psychologist in Hanover County Public Schools and was a licensed School Psychologist in Henrico County Public Schools.
Childhood Chronic Illness and Medical Conditions
Behavior and Emotion Regulation
Degrees and Certifications
PsyD in Clinical and School Psychology from James Madison University
EdS in School Psychology
from Radford University
TBD/By Appointment Only