C. David MaxeyM.A.
Licensed Psychologist Associate

Clinical Child & Adolescent
in the Tigard Triangle near I-5
off 72nd Ave. at 217/Kruse Way

or by Telehealth Video Call

I’m a Licensed Psychologist Associate specializing in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. I have extensive experience providing mental health services to children and families over the past 22 years. My approach is rooted in understanding your child’s needs and thoughtfully selecting from evidence-based treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), behavior management, collaborative problem-solving, and others.

New Client Process


To-Do List to Schedule First Appointment

The first appointment is scheduled after you complete the To-Do List items.


Form to Sign

After I receive the items listed above, I’ll arrange to schedule the first appointment and send a form to sign—look for an email with a link to sign online.



(in-office or by video call)

First Appointment (up to 90‑120 minutes)

for meeting only with parents—children do not come to the first appointment

Second Appointment (45 minutes)

primarily for meeting your child

Subsequent Appointments (typically 45 minutes)

for meeting with parents, your child, or both, based on your child’s needs

Fees and Insurance

My fees for psychotherapy are $250 for the first appointment and $150 for regular 45-minute appointments. If I am in-network with your insurance, the contracted rates are roughly similar, and I can review them with you before our first appointment.

Payment is accepted on the date of service in cash, check, or Zelle sent through your bank’s app to info@cdavidmaxey.com. Zelle may not be a private way to pay (e.g., if you enter information in the memo field when sending a payment).

Families are asked to store a credit card on file to expedite billing when cash, check or Zelle payment is inconvenient for you. Cards stored on file are accepted for psychotherapy services as a convenience to you with an additional $5 fee.

FSA and HSA cards may be accepted for most fees.