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Neuropsychology Fellow, Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology

715-771-0098

"Parents and caregivers are the experts on their children, and it is my goal to hear their concerns and work with them to achieve the best outcomes in clinical care."

About Me

Biography

As a psychologist, I take a collaborative approach to care. Parents and caregivers are the experts on their children, and it is my goal to hear their concerns and work with them to achieve the best outcomes in clinical care.

I began babysitting at a young age and then was a nanny throughout college. I knew working with children was what I wanted to do because it brought me so much joy. Pediatric neuropsychology allowed me to combine my interests in child development, the brain and psychology.

My research focuses on evaluating treatment interventions for children with epilepsy and childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).

In my free time, I love being active and spending time outside with my dog, Coco.

Clinical Interests

Hematology/oncology; HIV

Research Interests

Pediatric epilepsy; acute lymphoblastic leukemia; HIV

Clinical Divisions

Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology

My Locations

My Education

Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI.

Graduate School: Adler University, Chicago, IL.

Internship: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital/University of Tennessee Health and Sciences Consortium, Memphis, TN.