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Matt Lundeberg, Psy.D.

Dr. Lundeberg provides psychological evaluations as well as therapeutic services to children, adolescents, and adults across the lifespan, including those with autism spectrum disorder (levels 1 & 2), ages 9 and up.

Dr. Lundeberg’s evaluations focus on the diagnosis of ASD in children through older adults and seniors.  Dr. Lundeberg is dedicated to including a wide range of differential diagnoses in each evaluation, customized based on each client’s unique presentation.  This is done to best ensure that even if ASD is not the diagnosis, each client still receives answers.  Dr. Lundeberg also values and incorporates gender differences in symptom presentations for women, men, and non-binary individuals on the autism spectrum.

Dr. Lundeberg also has a background in the treatment of adolescent males struggling with typical social/sexual development, older adolescents navigating the developmental transition into adulthood, and working with members of the LGBTQ+ community.  Other areas of interest include the treatment of anxiety, social struggles, and peer/romantic relationship development.



Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology from William James College (2016)

Masters of Arts (M.A.) in Professional Psychology from William James College (2014)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology and Theatre from Lewis & Clark College (2010)


Licenses and Certifications

  • Licensed Oregon State Psychologist  (License  #2872)

  • Licensed Washington State Psychologist (License #PY61152329)

  • Certified Personality Disorder Treatment Provider (C-PD)

Published Materials

  • Masturbation: Knowledge and Skills for Adolescent Males with Autism (DVD, 2016)​

    • Endorsed by Tony Attwood, Ph.D.

      • "​Adolescents who have autism need accurate and clear advice on sexuality. This excellent DVD provides information, guidance, and reassurance on the sensitive topic of masturbation. I encourage adolescents who have autism and their parents to use this new resource to enhance sexuality education" (Attwood, 2019).



  • A Place for Everyone: The Importance of Autism in the Workplace and Society

    • Catlin Gabel (Portland, OR 2018)

  • The Irrational Problem of Perfection

    • Reed College (Portland, OR 2017)

  • Working with College Students on the Autism Spectrum

    • Reed College (Portland, OR 2017)

  • Clients and the Coming Out Process

    • William James College (Newton, MA 2016)

  • Suicide Assessment at the Brenner Center

    • The Brenner Center (Newton, MA 2015)


Guest Lectures

  • Bay Path College

  • Catlin Gabel

  • Lewis & Clark College

Former Positions

  • Portland Autism Center, LLC

    • Licensed Psychologist (October 2017 to May 2018)​

    • Clinical Director and Licensed Psychologist (June 2018 to April 2020)

  • Reed College Health & Counseling Center

    • Psychologist Resident (August 2016 to July 2017)​

Professional Organizations

  • Oregon Psychological Association

  • Washington State Psychological Association

  • American Psychological Association

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