​Weitman Psychological Services, P.C

Frequently Asked Questions



What is a Licensed Psychologist?

A Licensed Psychologist in the State of Oregon is a person with a doctorate degree and has been approved for independent practice by the Board of Psychologist Examiners (http://www.oregon.gov/OBPE/index.shtml ) to provide psychological services. Dr. Weitman’s Oregon License number is 1767. 


Who do you see?

Dr. Weitman helps people with various mental health concerns. She currently treat adults, older adults, and couples. She specializes in treating Public Safety Personnel and survivors of traumatic incidents.


What should I expect in the first sessions?

Dr. Weitman and you will jointly create a plan for treatment based on your needs and goals. The  type of treatment, the duration and frequency of visits will be collaboratively determined. There are many different methods that may used to address your presenting concerns.  Please feel invited to bring up any needs, requests, concerns, or questions.


How does treatment work?

Psychological treatment is a shared responsibility between you and Dr. Weitman. Treatment will likely be more effective if you share your honest thoughts and feelings. It calls for a very active effort on your part.  If you are engaged in treatment, you may be asked to work on things both during sessions and outside the office. Most problems have solutions, so if you are experiencing problems with the treatment process, please let Dr. Weitman know immediately. 


What if I need to cancel an appointment?

Please cancel all appointments within 24 hours so that your scheduled time can be used by others seeking services. If you choose to send her an email, please follow up with a phone message if you do not receive a response. You may leave a message on Dr. Weitman's voicemail, even after hours. If not, you will be charged the full fee for the session.