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The first step in care through our Neuropsychology Program at Boston Children's is a comprehensive assessment, designed to give clinicians an extensive understanding of your child's:
Our neuropsychologists gather information while getting to know you and your child as individuals, so that we can deliver the most advanced, effective and compassionate care possible.
Our team of neuropsychologists collaborates with Boston Children's psychiatrists, social workers, neurologists, neurosurgeons and other health professionals to develop a treatment plan that:
Just as we are committed to exemplary patient care, our Neuropsychology Program clinicians at Boston Children's are also engaged in important scientific research with real implications for better identifying, understanding and treating neuropsychological disorders in children and young adults.
Learn more about our researchers (and their areas of focus):
Celiane M. Rey-Casserly, PhD, ABPP/ABCN
Boston Children’s Neuropsychology Program
neuropsychological outcomes of premature/low birth weight babies
optimizing educational and vocational outcomes for cancer survivors
assessment of spatial learning in children and adolescents with neurofibromatosis
Betsy L. Kammerer, PhD
long-term neuropsychological outcomes for children and adolescents with HIV
memory functioning in children and adolescents with HIV
social and emotional development of children with hearing loss and cochlear implants
Jane Holmes Bernstein, PhD
neuropsychological foundations of learning disorders
neuropsychological assessment of the developing child
use of the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure in neuropsychological assessments
Christine Mrakotsky, PhD
Neuropsychological development in children with chronic immune illness
Cognitive effects of corticosteroids and immune response in children with inflammatory bowel disease
Brain imaging (fMRI, EEG) of memory in children with immune illness
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