Teri Solochek, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist (Psy11869), Educational Consultant, and Certified Educational Planner with over 35 years of experience in school and therapeutic placement of children, adolescents and young adults.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in children and adolescents, and a Doctorate, also in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in children and adolescents.
For many years she had a therapy and testing practice along with educational and therapeutic consulting. Teri's professional focus is on the consulting practice. She also conducts testing, but no longer provides individual therapy.
Dr. Solochek has traveled extensively visiting local private day schools, and boarding schools and therapeutic programs nationally.
She has presented at numerous national conferences and for specialized webinars on topics such as testing, anxiety in adolescents, navigating transitioning from therapeutic programs, and preparing your teen to launch.
Dr. Solochek believes in giving young people the opportunity to develop the skills to launch into young adulthood. For some, that means specialized placement in therapeutic programs where they, along with their family, can work through the emotional, behavioral, social, and substance use issues that have derailed their development.
She is a believer in goodness of fit; not just the appropriate school or program but the right therapist and peer group.
Dr. Solochek has worked with thousands of children, adolescents and young adults in her career and has been a part of the treatment team that has helped them successfully navigate their challenges.
She is a member of the Independent Educational Consultants Association, National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs, the American Psychological Association, and the Los Angeles Psychological Association.
Lastly, as a mother and wife, Teri is passionately committed to making sure that her clients are treated the same, as if it were her son being cared for.
With over 30 years helping families, Scott has unmatched knowledge and experience in helping families navigate treatment.
In 1987, Scott began his career working with struggling teens as a direct care staff at a therapeutic boarding school. Scott ran groups, provided individual counseling, taught classes and facilitated adventure treatment at the boarding school in Southern California.
In 1995, Scott moved to Georgia to manage the admissions at a college preparatory, therapeutic school. He then joined a treatment group in Orange County CA, managing the admissions for both an outdoor adventure program and a residential treatment center. After helping with a successful startup, Scott was recruited to a boutique treatment company.
As Director of Special Projects, he was materially involved in starting treatment programs in NY, NC and TX. He also supported the acquisition and integration of treatment programs in MT, NC, OR and UT, later being promoted to National Director, for a division of treatment programs.
In 2009, Scott joined a private consulting firm and established their office in Dallas, TX, where he began working directly with families as a private case manager and therapeutic consultant. During his tenure as the firm's Managing Director, Scott supervised a team of educational and therapeutic consultants in Atlanta, Austin and Dallas. Combining his experience in admissions and consulting Scott has successfully guided thousands of families through the treatment industry.
Scott travels extensively and is a tireless researcher. He has visited hundreds of therapeutic programs, boarding schools and treatment centers in an effort to have the knowledge and relationships to help guide parents through a crisis.
Scott's expertise and knowledge is unmatched. His understanding of the inner workings of how special needs schools and treatment programs work is why psychiatrists, psychologists and program professionals refer their clients to him again and again.
Lastly, as a husband and father, Scott is passionately committed to making sure that his students are treated the same, as if it was his daughter being cared for.