Dr. Melissa Blanock is a licensed psychologist in the state of New Hampshire. She attended Pacific University where she earned at Master's Degree in 2003 and a Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology in 2007. Dr. Blanock continued her training through predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship in the Behavioral Psychology Department at the Kennedy Krieger Institute through the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. She has received advanced training in severe behavior disorders, pediatric feeding disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and developmental disabilities.
Dr. Blanock has experience working in schools, hospitals, and outpatient settings. She has expertise in Applied Behavior Analysis and uses a behavioral and collaborative approach to treat children. Treatment typically includes appropriate skill development while reducing problematic behaviors. She works collaboratively with caregivers, school staff, and medical providers to produce change that is enduring and occurs across settings.
Services provided include individual therapy, family therapy, group skills-based training, and assessment. Families are an integral part of all treatment approaches. Treatment is typically provided in-clinic but may be provided in home, school, or community settings based on need and insurance limitations.