Pediatric Behavioral Health Institute 

       Dr. Nikki Woller, Ph.D., LCSW & Associates


              Pediatric Clinical and Forensic Social Work                   Pediatric Mental Health and Educational Evaluations

Lindsay Greene, MSW

Certified Comprehensive Behavioral Health Assessor​

Jessica Skoglund-Williams, MSW, RCSWI
Forensic and Clinical Social Work
Dependency & Judicial Program Development Specialist
Expert Witness in Dependency Court Issues

Jessica Skoglund-Williams has professionally worked in child protection & child welfare system since 1995. Aging out
of the foster care system, Jessica has a unique, clinical perspective on what helps families heal. Jessica holds a
core belief that all families deserve an opportunity to grow & heal together. Professionally, Jessica has been both a child
welfare case manager and child protection officer in the States of Minnesota, Nebraska, and Iowa.

Having both a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Social Work, Jessica’s clinical area of expertise is in trauma-informed care. Having had training in CBT, infant mental health, and research-based care, she specializes in treating children who are living in the child
welfare system. Because of her unique insight, Jessica helps her young clients understand that their past life experiences drive many of the choices and behaviors that they currently engage in. Using this knowledge, and processing the trauma that they have experienced, Jessica is able to assist her clients in making better choices as they move forward.

Jessica maintains a core belief that given the proper professional treatment and guidance, many families can heal together and restore their relationships with one another. Being an avid researcher, Jessica relies on the copious amounts of clinical research that has shown that when family healing occurs, maltreatment recidivism rates decrease and families increase their protective capacities over one another. As a result, families are left with tools that will forever change the core fundamental beliefs of the family system.

In 2006, Jessica became involved in developing the very first “model Court” within the State of Iowa. This project is now nationally recognized as “Family Treatment Court (Dependency Drug Court)”. Her model is nationally used today in many circuits throughout the United States. Jessica has been and is currently involved in policy writing, program development and program implementation within the Dependency Court System throughout the United States. Jessica’s knowledge of clinical research, policy, and judicial procedure has been instrumental in assisting with the development of the Therapeutically Supervised Visitation program within the Pediatric Behavioral Health Institute. Jessica’s passion continues to be aligned with the children in the child welfare system and the most valid researched methods that help them.

Jenny Ortega, MSW, RCSWI

Registered Clinical Social Work Intern 


Jonathan Black, PsyD

Clinical Psychology

Dr. Black specializes in memory related issues, learning disabilities, and family issues. He was educated at Nova Southeastern University where he completed a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.  He enjoys helping adolescents meet their college entrance goals and specializes in ACT/SAT prep. Dr. Black works in Boynton Beach, Florida.

Dr. Ashley Freidman, PsyD


Kayla Edmonson, MS, RMHCI

Registered Mental Health Intern

Certified in Forensic Social Work 



Lexy Schweizer, MS, RMFCI 

Music Therapist

Dr. Nikki Woller, Ph.D., LCSW

Forensic and Clinical Social Work

Behavioral, Educational, General and Animal Assisted Psychology

Pediatric Mood Dysregulation Specialist

​Certified in Forensic Social Work

Expert Witness in Dependency Court Issues

Dr. Woller specializes in diagnosing and treating children with chronic mental health & behavioral issues.  She is the President and Executive Director of the Pediatric Behavioral Health Institute. She completed her education at Walden University in Minnesota, Barry University in Miami and at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. Dr. Woller has her Doctoral degree in Psychology and her Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work. Having contracts within 8 diffent counties in the State of Florida, she has spent her entire career advocating for the rights and needs of Florida's most vulnerable children. She is frequently called to testify as an expert witness  or to consult for the Florida Department of Children and Families on complex cases of child abuse and/or neglect.  Dr. Woller is or has been an adjunct professor at several Universities throughout the State of Florida specializing in psychopathology and human development. Her innovative methods of using social work theory when conducting pediatric mental health, academic and neurocognitive assessments set her apart from her peers.