Providers Child Therapy
Dr. Jessica Anderton, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Anderton earned her Master's in School Psychology from Appalachian State University in 1999, and spent the next several years serving children in public school settings. Dr. Anderton next earned her Doctorate in Clinical and School Psychology from James Madison University in 2005. This is one of the only APA accredited doctoral programs in the United States that integrates the study of school and clinical psychology, to better serve the needs of children and families. She completed an internship at the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board in Virginia, with a rotation in Forensic Psychology. She completed her post-doctoral training with a busy private forensic practice here in Jacksonville, focusing on providing court-ordered therapies, and on family law issues such as child custody evaluations and dependency cases.
Dr. Anderton has been in private practice in Jacksonville since 2007, serving the needs of children, adults, and families. She has worked with children in local public schools, has provided contract services in Baker County Public Schools, and private evaluations for students in Duval and surrounding counties. She has also provided adult learning evaluations, helping adult students' access appropriate college and graduate school level services. Dr. Anderton has provided contract services for a number of agencies, including evaluation of disability claims for the State of Florida. She has experience providing a wide range of evaluations including psychological, parenting, pre-surgery screenings, ADHD, and other issues. She also provides therapy and other psychological treatments for children, adults, couples and families.
Lauriann Tomaszeski-Sandrik, Psy. D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Lauriann Tomaszeski-Sandrik received her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University where she specialized in the studies of pediatric and clinical psychology. She completed an Internship at the Worcester Youth Guidance Center and Post-Doctoral Associate and Fellowship at the Mailman Center for Child Development, Department of Pediatrics, University of Miami School of Medicine. At Shands Hospital, Dr. Sandrik was a Clinical Instructor for the University of Florida School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics here in Jacksonville. Recently she has also performed contract work for the State of Florida.
Dr. Sandrik has worked with children and adults in school, community and medical settings. She is trained in and able to provide psycho-educational evaluations, related to academic, social, and career issues. Dr. Sandrik has an interest in helping children optimize their skills in a number of functional areas including school, social and family. She has considerable experience in working with children who have been diagnosed with depression, learning disabilities, and a number of medical issues. She also has extensive experience in working with both parents and families.