Dr. Jeremy Chiles

Dr. Jeremy Chiles is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked within the area of psychological testing since 2002. His passion is to help families identify specific problems and concerns in order to determine the most appropriate level of care or the most suitable academic environment. In addition to a standard test battery, consisting of cognitive, achievement, personality, mental health and behavioral measures, Dr. Chiles has training in assessing autism spectrum disorders, learning disorders, neuropsychological screening issues, and psychosexual issues.

Dr. Chiles is a member of the Utah Psychological Association and American Psychological Association. He is known among wilderness and therapeutic programs as a thorough, empathetic, energetic, and personable clinician. His passion is working with adolescents and their families, and he finds it rewarding to work with programs and personnel that are equally skilled and passionate about their work.In helping individuals and families work toward psychological health and balance in their lives, Dr. Chiles employs strategies including psychological testing/assessment, comprehensive interviews with students and parents, consultation with clinicians, close interaction with educational consultants, and “on-site” testing to gather the most accurate and useful information in a timely manner.

Dr. Chiles attended the University of Utah where he received his bachelor’s degree with a major in psychology and a minor in history. He attended Brigham Young University where he received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology. While providing a strong psychotherapy training program, the training at Brigham Young University also offered an assessment curriculum that addressed intellectual/cognitive and mental health/personality aspects in children, adolescents, and adults. Additional training during graduate school involved assessments of adolescents and adults at the Utah State Hospital, Utah State Prison, residential treatment centers, outpatient treatment settings, acute care facilities.