Dr. Holman earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee under the mentorship of W. Hobart Davies, PhD and Alan Silverman, PhD. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Munroe-Meyer Institute in Omaha, NE with an emphasis on pediatric feeding disorders and behavioral pediatrics. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship at the Marcus Autism Center’s Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program through Emory University School of Medicine.
As a licensed clinical psychologist in the Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program, Dr. Holman provides and supervises behavioral intervention in the day treatment and outpatient programs, conducts multidisciplinary feeding evaluations, provides consultative services for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and conducts research related to Pediatric Feeding Disorders.
Current areas of interest include adjuncts to behavioral intervention for Pediatric Feeding Disorders, application of technology to disseminate treatment, food selectivity and obesity in children with ASD, and caregiver training.
Dr. Holman is a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia. She is also certified in PCIT, an evidence-based intervention designed to improve parent-child relationships in families with children that have disruptive behaviors or non-compliance.
When Erik was born he had a stroke that caused some damage to his brain. By the time Erik was 4 months old, he stopped eating. Eleven years after he first began treatment at Marcus, Erik's feeding and language issues are under control.
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