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About Me

Kristina J. Cottle Feldman, PhD

 is a licensed psychologist who has worked with neurodivergent clients and their families for fifteen years through assessment, intervention, and research programs. She is passionate about working with autistic individuals and their families and focuses on helping clients alleviate difficulties while celebrating and harboring strengths. 


Education & Training:

  • B.A. Psychology at University of California, Davis

  • Post-baccalaureate training at University of California, Davis M.I.N.D. Institute

  • M.Ed. and Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at University of Utah

  • Clinical Predoctoral APA/APPIC Internship at University of Utah University Neuropsychiatric Institute

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Utah, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, and University of Utah Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic


Dr. Feldman provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluations for individuals with referral questions related to autism, anxiety, mood disorders, learning differences, inattention, hyperactivity, and/or cognitive difficulty. Evaluations consist of a diagnostic interview to learn more about the individual (e.g., history, strengths, concerns, etc.). Then, assessment measures, observations and interactions, and/or cognitive and adaptive evaluations are used to gather psychological data. Results are reviewed and conceptualized by Dr. Feldman and then thoroughly shared with the client along with recommendations.


For many neurodivergent individuals and their families, navigating life and available services can be challenging. While there is a great deal of information available in various medium, it is not always up to date or applicable to the individual. Dr. Feldman provides consultations that consist of a review of records, psychoeducation about supporting neurodivergent individuals, and tailored recommendations.


** As of 11/1/2023 Dr. Feldman is not accepting new therapy clients. **


Dr. Feldman uses supportive interactions and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) strategies to help clients alleviate symptoms of co-occurring psychological conditions that often accompany neurodivergence.


Dr. Feldman is in network with the University of Utah Employee mental health plan (HMHI) and SelectHealth. Otherwise, services are self-pay. Clients are provided a super bill that can be submitted to insurance for potential reimbursement.


Neurodiverse Psychological Services

Address:  2319 Foothill Dr. Suite 110
                    Salt Lake City, UT 84109​
Phone:     801.382.7782
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