Dr David Yudell & Associates has been a community asset to Broward County for 22 years. Our psychologists and therapists live and work in the area, participating in activities including mental health workshops and charity events revolving around community concerns. General practitioners, pediatricians and psychiatrists in the area refer patients to us and work collaboratively with us for the best possible patient outcomes and care.
The clinicians and staff at Dr. David Yudell & Associates are a tight-knit team. We meet monthly for advanced trainings, updates on new modalities, and presentations from acute mental health facilities and ancillary services such as speech and occupational therapy, ABA therapy, substance abuse services and other support programs in our community.
Our practice goal is to give our patients comprehensive care. We share our various expertise and make sure the families we work with are seeing the most appropriate therapist for their needs.
What Patients Say
My son is a patient of Dr. Yudell. He is nothing short of wonderful! My son is very quiet,always looks forward to his visit. Dr.,yudell is not only professional,but compassionate. And let’s not forget his wonderful staff,very efficient and friendly.
Excellent psychologist. Very thorough gifted testing. Will provide you an accurate test as opposed to some who will over inflate IQ of the child.
The most popular questions to discuss mental health
Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes, including thoughts, feelings, and emotions. A Psychologist or a Licensed Therapist is a mental health professional who uses scientific and evidence-based methods to help people understand, manage, and overcome Psychological problems.
Seeing a Psychologist or Licensed Therapist can help you with a wide range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, trauma, and more. A Psychologist or Licensed Therapist can work with you to identify the root of the problem and develop a treatment plan to help you manage and overcome it.
There are a few steps you can take to find a Psychologist or Licensed Therapist that’s right for you:
- Ask for recommendations from friends, family, or your doctor.
- Search online for Psychologists or Licensed Therapist in your area and read reviews from past patients.
- Schedule an initial consultation with a few different Psychologists or Licensed Therapist to find one who you feel comfortable with and who understands your needs.
Yes, seeing a Psychologist or Licensed Therapist is confidential. This means that your Psychologist cannot share information about your treatment without your written consent, unless there is a legal obligation to do so (such as if you are a threat to yourself or others). However, it’s important to ask about the limits of confidentiality during your initial consultation with a Psychologist or Licensed Therapist.
It depends on your specific insurance policy. Most insurance plans cover some form of Psychological treatment, but the level of coverage can vary widely. To find out what your insurance covers, you can contact our office and we will run your insurance for you.
Our office offers self-pay options and as a courtesy will submit your sessions to your insurance as appropriate. The office will determine the cost of your sessions (or evaluation) based on the therapist or doctor you are assigned to.
Payment arrangements will be discussed prior to your initial consultation with a Psychologist or Licensed Therapist.
To schedule an appointment, please call.