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Dr. Benjamin has chaired the Governor’s Task Force on Adolescent Suicide, and was a member of the State Juvenile Justice Reform Committee.  He is a former President of the Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Child-Adolescent Psychiatry.  He has also published numerous articles in the major journal in child psychiatry.

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Eric Benjamin, MD, has been section chief at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Medical Director of the hospital inpatient program and consultant at group homes in the community for emotionally disturbed, abused and developmentally delayed children.

Dr. Benjamin has extensive experience with very young children and children and adolescents that have had previous treatment difficulties.  He has also worked with adults, treating depression, anxiety and ADHD. His knowledge of pharmacology and multiple non-medical therapies allows for the formulation of a treatment plan geared to the best possible outcome.

Dr. Benjamin

Board Certified Adult & Child-Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr. Kando

Adult & Child-Adolescent Psychiatrist

David Wodrich, PhD

David Wodrich, PhD, is a psychologist-consultant to Benjamin Behavioral where he conducts psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations. In his full-time job, he holds the Mary Emily Warner professorship in Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University and is assigned by ASU to train future psychologists. In addition, he is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Applied School Psychology, a fellow of the American Psychological Association, and a certified specialist in school (educational) psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology.

Dr. Wodrich is the author of more than 40 research articles published in educational, psychological, neuroscience, and medical journals and the author of several books on learning disabilities and psychological assessment (published by Guilford Press, New York, and Brookes Publishing, Baltimore). He is also one of 56 expert panel members to prepare the American Association on Learning Disabilities’ 2010 White Paper on proper evaluation practices. As a former Director of Psychology at Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Dr. Wodrich has conducted psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations of more than 3,000 children and adolescents with developmental, learning, and neurological concerns.

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