“My goal is to provide parents and educators with the information they need to support development and improve the everyday lives of children.”
I earned my doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. My internship in clinical child psychology with a specialization in pediatric neuropsychology was completed at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. I returned to Wisconsin to complete my postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. I belong to several professional organizations in the field of psychology and neuropsychology, and regularly attend conferences to stay up to date on the most current evidence-based practices.
As a pediatric neuropsychologist, I assess and diagnose thinking and learning problems in children and adolescents, primarily those with neurologic or medical conditions that can affect the brain. I also specialize in the evaluation of autism spectrum disorders and genetic syndromes. As these children enter adulthood, my evaluations address the possible need for guardianship.
Away from the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my family, camping, reading and rooting for the Green Bay Packers.