From the very beginning of her career, Dr. Lepage has been focusing on children and families; whereas most psychologists have an undergraduate that is, like their doctorate, in psychology, Dr. Lepage has an undergraduate in Child Development & Family Relationships. Her many years of specialization in child development and families make her highly sought out by parents seeking help for their child. Dr. Lepage has worked with teenagers and their families in outpatient settings, schools, and for the courts, and served as the clinical manager for a residential treatment center for teens. She is experienced with a range of issues that affect teens, such as adolescent depression, difficulties in interpersonal relationships with family and peers, reactions to divorce, anxiety due to academic pressure, AD/HD, LD, trauma recovery, sexual issues, substance abuse, acting out / delinquency, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder, substance use, body image concerns, and social problems to include awkwardness, shyness, and isolation. Dr. Lepage completed specialty training at the University of Virginia Institute of Law, Psychiatry, and Public Policy that qualifies her as an expert in Juvenile Forensic Evaluation. She also has extensive experience with couple’s/family issues, to include couple’s therapy for those staying together, and assisting couples who decide to divorce to do so with a minimal amount of conflict in that process. Dr. Lepage is certified to act as a Parent Coordinator in NC, and is an expert in Cooperative Co-Parenting. Dr. Lepage provides individual therapy for teens, psychological evaluations for teens, risk assessments for delinquent behaviors, competency to stand trial for teens, couple’s and family therapy, custody evaluations, and an extensive range of divorce services.