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Dr. Fletcher is a licensed clinical social worker licensed in Delaware and Pennsylvania with extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and parents. She specializes in working with autistic individuals, focusing on supporting those with anxiety, depression, and social differences. 

My Story

Dr. Fletcher, a licensed clinical social worker, has over two decades of experience in mental health. She obtained both her master's and doctorate degrees in social work from the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Fletcher is certified in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She has effectively applied PCIT principles in numerous cases and is knowledgeable about its real-world applicability. Clients benefit from both her technical knowledge and clinical skills in these theories.

Teachers are lifelong learners who are constantly growing and expanding. Dr. Fletcher is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Wilmington University, where she teaches in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences graduate and undergraduate programs. She is also an approved provider of Delaware's Separating and Divorcing Parenting Education Program. Dr Fletcher is the director of the Delaware Network for Excellence in Autism, where she trains professionals who work with and support individuals with autism. ​


During her part-time clinical work, she focuses on treating anxiety, depression, oppositional defiance disorder, adjustment disorders, attention deficit disorders, specific fears, selective mutism, and other specialized neurodevelopmental disorders. Dr. Fletcher has experience and expertise in adapting evidence-based practices to suit the needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.


She is married and parents four school-aged children.

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