Dr. Heidi Llewellyn joins IAT

The Interdisciplinary Assessment Team (IAT) is excited to announce a new addition, Dr. Heidi Llewellyn.

Llewellyn, Ph.D., LPC, is an Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist with Tri-County Mental Health and Counseling Services in Athens.

She will bring her experience in assessments, diagnosis and treatment to the six-member team. In addition to her efforts with IAT, Llewellyn’s work includes individual, group and family therapies and Mental Health Consultation with several Pre-K teachers in Washington and Athens Counties.

Llewellyn earned her Ph.D. in Counselor Education from Ohio University.

“A great part of the IAT is the ability to work closely with other professionals and families to help children get the best services and care possible,” she said.

The IAT is a group of professionals who specialize in young child health and wellness. They work together to provide comprehensive diagnostic assessments for children from birth to age 8, who have multiple developmental concerns.

The goal is to provide accurate diagnosis and treatment for children and families. IAT, which is designed to provide local access to high-quality care, is made up of professionals from multiple agencies who meet each month to evaluate children and families. The IAT meets families on the fourth Tuesday of every month at the Ohio University Hearing, Speech and Language Clinic in Grover Center.