Zed Kramer, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in practice at the Center for Child Development in Bellevue, WA. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from the The University of Montana Clinical Psychology PhD program (found to be a “hidden gem” by Callahan, Ruggero, & Parent, 2013). He also holds Masters of Arts in teaching from Brown University. Zed began his career as a teacher but found his passion in Psychology.
Dr. Kramer understands that children’s, adolescent’s, and families’ needs often extend beyond the therapy room and he has extensive experience providing services that support health and success at home, school, and in the community. Dr. Kramer provides evidence based treatment utilizing a range of modalities including cognitive, behavioral, mindfulness-based interventions, and systems theory. Dr. Kramer offers counseling services to individuals and families struggling with depression, anxiety, ADHD, and adjustment to stressors/trauma. He specializes in addressing disruptive behavior and relational distress. He has provided community based parenting groups and is a trained Incredible Years facilitator. Dr. Kramer also conducts comprehensive evaluations for diagnostic clarity, as well as learning disability, school readiness, and ADHD evaluations. His primary research interests include emotion regulation, relational meditation, posttraumatic growth, and the intersection between technology and psychology. Dr. Kramer is available to provide clinical consultation to school based professionals, daycare facilities, and other treatment providers as needed.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, The University of Montana (2015)
M.A., Clinical Psychology, The University of Montana (2012)
M.A.T., Teaching/Education, Brown University (2002)
B.A., Psychology, Lewis & Clark College (2001)
Morrison Child and Family Services, Gresham OR (2015-2016)
Pre-Doctoral Psychology Internship,
Morrison Child and Family Services (2014-2015)
Licensed Psychologist, Private Practice, Bellevue WA (2016-Present)
Psychologist, State of Washington, License #PY60715493
Psychologist, State of Oregon, License #2786
American Psychological Association (APA)
Association for Psychological Science (APS)