Kameron Dill, Psy.D.
Dr. Dill works with families to address a multitude of issues that arise throughout childhood and adolescence. She has extensive experience working with children and their parents to address Anxiety, Depression, Obsessive Compulsive behaviors, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Tics and Tourette Disorder, Learning Disorders, Chronic Health conditions, Intellectual Disabilities, Trauma, familial strain, and other behavioral difficulties (e.g. tantrums, sleep, physical aggression, and toileting difficulties). In addition to her work with these diagnoses, Dr. Dill enjoys helping children and adolescents process personal expression and identity as well as familial and social relationships. She uses a Cognitive Behavioral approach, while also applying attachment and family system concepts. Dr. Dill seeks to provide holistic care for children and their families by working collaboratively with parents, health care providers, schools, and a variety of other agencies. Dr. Dill’s training includes practicum and internship training at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU)-Dornbecher Children's Hospital. She is a graduate of George Fox University (2009). In her free time, Dr. Dill enjoys spending time with her husband and three children, reading fiction, slow and steady runs in forest, and cheering for Sandy High School football team. Currently, Dr. Dill serves as the Director of Pediatrics at Sundstrom Clinical Services.