• Aubrey K. Ewing, PhD
  • Marcel Fort, MSW, LCSW
  • Melissa Sellers, MA, LMHC
  • Sheresa Fairclough, PhD, NCSP
  • Jennifer Valentine, EdS, NCSP
  • Pam Carbone, Psy.D.
  • Joyce Hopkins, PsyD
  • Elizabeth Moffett, MS, LMHC
  • Essie Tarr, ARNP

  • Please note: Pamela Klinger, MEd, LMHC is no longer affiliated with our practice. You may contact her at 561-350-0940.


    We know you can't hit the pause button on life during times of crisis. Our office is open and we are here to support new and established clients during this stressful time. We are an experienced, multi-disciplinary, group psychological services practice available to provide support, whatever your need may be.

    In the interest of keeping everyone safe, we are only accepting appointments for teletherapy visits at present.

    Our secure, HIPAA compliant application (Doxy.me) is similar to Skype or Zoom and very easy to use. All you have to do is click on a link and we're good to go. There is nothing to install and no tech knowledge required--you only need a camera and microphone on your device (phone, computer, laptop, etc.).

    We are also available for phone sessions if you prefer.

    To make an appointment, call us and leave a message at 561-742-7122 or request an appointment online at this link. We usually respond to appointment requests within the hour.

    In the interest of protecting the health of our patients and staff, our practice is following the recommendations for mitigating COVID-19 set forth by the CDC. We encourage you to follow the CDC recommendations at home, and please stay safe and distant.

    We hope to see you soon!


    Welcome to DrEwingOnline.com and Aubrey K. Ewing, Ph.D. & Associates, P.A. We are a multidisciplinary group of mental health practitioners located in Boynton Beach, Florida.  We have been in practice in Palm Beach County for more than twenty years, offering mental health, counseling, biofeedback, and psychological services for all ages. 


    We hear a lot about attention and hyperactivity problems in children these days. Sometimes this behavior is normal and age appropriate. But as many as one in four children may have a real, physiological condition referred to as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This condition has nothing to do with intelligence; many very bright kids have difficulty focusing and controlling their impulses due to this very specific brain difference. Difficulty following multi-step instructions, remembering daily routines, paying attention when a task is boring or difficult, avoidance of homework and forgetting to turn it in, as well as excessive physical activity and impulsive behavior may be signs of ADHD. But how do you know for sure?

    It's not enough that a teacher or family member thinks your child may have ADHD. Standardized, scientifically based testing methods are necessary to make a definitive diagnosis. For more information about our Focused ADHD Screening, visit the AD/HD Diagnosis and Treatment section of our website or give us a call or email. We will be happy to explain our process and answer your questions.


    If your child is quite expressive, unusually curious, has an advanced vocabulary, is particularly good with mathematical concepts, asks thought provoking questions, has a wide range of interests, and seems to understand advanced concepts, she/he may be considered "gifted". Teachers and other school faculty may recognize exceptional traits in your child and recommend they be considered for a gifted curriculum. A Gifted Education Program is one that challenges qualified students through innovative teaching methods and enriched content.


    For more information about gifted and other testing services, visit the Gifted & Psychological Testing section of our website or give us a call or email. Our Board Certified School Psychologist will be happy to answer any questions you may have.


    • Individual, group, and family counseling
    • Services to children and adolescents
    • Testing - gifted, educational, ADD/ADHD, neuropsychological, general psychological, personality
    • Divorce adjustment
    • Parent education and consultation
    • ADD/ADHD – comprehensive evaluation and treatment
    • Bariatric surgery evaluation
    • Psychotherapy for adjustment problems, depression, panic and anxiety, abuse issues, relationship and life problems
    • Diagnostic evaluations of emotional difficulties
    • Marriage and relationship counseling
    • Bereavement and loss (specialty in sudden infant and child loss)
    • Biofeedback for anxiety, stress management, headache, myofascial pain, and neuromuscular disorders
    • EEG Neurofeedback – a non-medication alternative for ADD/ADHD
    • Alcohol and chemical dependency – evaluation and treatment
    • Collaboration with psychiatrists and other treating physicians