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The Georgia Autism Center (GAC) is highly committed and eager to assist individuals and families of children or loved ones with an autism spectrum and other related neurodevelopmental disorders to receive proper diagnoses, aid in the development of their individualized treatment plans, enhance independence, and foster the utmost quality of their lives.


Dr. Fox, former proud owner of Georgia Pediatric Psychology, routinely performs evaluations on children as young as 12 months through early adulthood to detect signs of neurocognitive or developmental delays. Dr. Fox also assesses adults with disabilities in need of obtaining home and community-based services. Assessments are performed in order to determine the need for community-based services and financial support that would help increase an individual's independence and quality of life while also helping to reduce some of the financial burden which they or their families endure while providing for their needs.

In addition to developmental and ASD evaluations, Dr. Coleman also provides support to parents and caregivers through various educational workshops and webinars where she educates, encourages, and empowers parents and caregivers as it relates to ASD, ADHD, and anxiety. Dr. Coleman values the importance of working with the family as a whole, no matter the presenting concern, as in her experience family support has been a salient factor in a more positive prognosis for the identified client/patient and subsequently his or her family.

In 2019, Dr. Travers joined Georgia Autism Center to provide comprehensive evaluations for neurodevelopmental and behavioral disorders, including ASD and ADHD, to individuals from early childhood through adulthood. Informed by her prior training in therapy and research, Dr. Travers conducts assessments to identify evidence-based interventions, community services, and financial resources that will best support clients and their families. 

Dr. Brittany Duncan joined GAC in July 2020. She currently provides psychological evaluations, specializing in psychoeducational evaluations and diagnostic clarification of Autism Spectrum Disorder. She also provides supervision for students completing practicum experiences at GAC. Dr. Duncan is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Georgia Psychological Association (GPA).

Dr. Amanda Walker joined the GAC family in spring of 2020. Her clinical focus is on the assessment of ASD as well as other common difficulties seen within the pediatric population, including developmental delays, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), emotional disorders, and behavioral issues.

Dr. Emily Langford joined our team in as practicum student in 2018, and became a provider in 2023, bringing with her a commitment and passion for working with children and their families. Her goal is to foster that hope and provide families with support and guidance through the various stages of the assessment process.

Dr. Chandler's profound passion for pediatric psychology, especially in the realm of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other neurodevelopmental disorders, has been the driving force behind her decision to join Georgia Autism Center (GAC) as a licensed psychologist. Her dedication is rooted in her extensive experience and specialized training in clinical settings, including her previous role at GAC, which equipped her with the skills necessary to conduct comprehensive assessments vital for early diagnosis and intervention. This commitment not only reflects her desire to enhance the lives of children with ASD but also to provide hope, support, and guidance to their families, ensuring a brighter future through effective treatment planning and coordinated care.


Due to our many combined years in pediatric psychology, the staff and providers at Georgia Autism Center understand the financial impact and emotional challenges associated with raising a child with special needs, or for our young adults, living with unique challenges. This is the reason they are dedicated to helping their clients find a team of trusted professionals and provide ongoing coordination of care to continue to support them as they transition into adulthood. They utilize a collaborative approach that includes bridging the gap between families and other specialists in the community. They also assist with learning about support groups for parents and siblings of children with special needs and believe it is important to stay current on new technologies and therapies as researchers continue to explore new approaches to help individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders, especially those diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or some other widely known genetic condition.

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The GAC mission is to work with families from diverse cultural backgrounds, abilities, ages, and developmental disabilities to develop a cognitive/ behavioral, family system, and community support plan to enable your child to experience an independent and satisfying quality of life.


Dr. Fox’ primary pediatric psychology specialty focuses on the assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as neurocognitive deficits secondary to other acute and chronic medical or genetic conditions.


"I was a school counselor and worked directly with teachers and parents in the special education program, so I saw firsthand what parents experienced as they tried desperately to figure out how they could help their children. It was frustrating and heart wrenching. That's why I chose to specialize in ASD."


Due to Dr. Fox’ experience owning Georgia Pediatric Psychology and working with the pediatric psychology population, she is able to assist families of children with special needs and provide useful feedback regarding special education eligibility criteria and offer educational accommodations that will optimize each child’s learning experience while being served in the least restrictive academic environment.



Dr. Coleman focuses primarily on ASD, ADHD, and anxiety through her assessment process and ensures that families understand the overlap and differences between these neurodevelopmental conditions. She has always had a desire to make sure parents understand their child’s diagnosis, in addition to knowing where to seek out services related to recommendations that are made. Given Dr. Coleman’s experience working with children and their families and her ongoing experience being a part of the student support team within the public school, she is able to assist families in seeking the necessary supports (whether through 504 plan or IEP) to maximize their child’s potential in and outside of the school setting. 



Dr. Travers’ strong background in therapy and psychological research informs her assessment approach, as her goal throughout the evaluation process is to identify individualized, empirically-supported interventions to best support each client and their family.


Dr. Travers respects the role of cultural context in understanding mental health concerns and is dedicated to conducting developmentally- and culturally-informed psychological assessment.



Dr. Duncan has always been interested in working with children, and her interest in pediatric psychology was sparked during her undergraduate training. While at UGA earning her BS in psychology, she worked as a research assistant in an infant research lab. She earned her Master’s of Arts and Doctorate of Psychology degree from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology in 2018. Among many others, she completed practicum experiences at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) in the Neuropsychology department and Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Service, as well as at Marcus Autism Center. During that time, she gained invaluable experience working with medically and neurodevelopmentally complex children. In graduate school, Dr. Duncan further worked as a research interviewer for the Emory Child and Adolescent Mood Program (CAMP). 


Dr. Walker’s passion for working with and aiding children, adolescents, adults with disabilities, and their families was sparked at a young age and continued to blossom throughout her extensive educational and clinical training experiences. She understands that the assessment stage can be an overwhelming time for many therefore she seeks to instill hope and provide support for children and their families as she aids in treatment planning and assists with coordination of care.


Dr. Chandler's passion for empowering children, adolescents, and families facing neurodevelopmental challenges has been the driving force behind her career. From her early experiences to her extensive clinical training, she has dedicated herself to supporting individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disorders. Dr. Chandler recognizes the crucial role of assessment in guiding interventions and fostering hope for families navigating these complex journeys. With empathy and expertise, she strives to provide unwavering support, personalized treatment planning, and seamless coordination of care, ensuring every child receives the best possible opportunities for growth and success.


Dr. Emily Langford Psy.D. has dedicated two decades to supporting children and families in metro Atlanta. Specializing in child-focused assessment, particularly Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), her journey began with training at Mercer University and an internship at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. Returning to Georgia for post-doctoral training at the Georgia Autism Center, Dr. Langford's passion for her work flourished. Now a licensed psychologist, she aims to instill hope in families navigating the assessment process, offering unwavering support and guidance for the best possible outcomes.


All of these experiences prepared her well for a career working with children and adolescents in a pediatric setting.

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