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Staff Psychologist II, Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology

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About Me

Biography

Prior to joining the medical staff at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in November 2016, Dr. Angela Scott completed her doctoral degree at Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN. During her time at TSU, she received clinical training at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center as well as the Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. She subsequently completed a pre-doctoral internship at Florida State University’s Multidisciplinary Evaluation and Consulting Center. Most recently, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Maryland. Dr. Scott has developed a diverse practice at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center’s Liberty campus providing outpatient services to children and families from the surrounding community and beyond. She is a generalist, trained in the evaluation and treatment of a variety of childhood and adolescent disorders.

Dr. Scott maintains a strong commitment to providing comprehensive, family focused intervention through multidisciplinary collaboration within Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and consulting with other professionals and agencies in the community.

Clinical Interests

Anxiety disorders; OCD; depression; ADHD; oppositional defiant disorder and other disruptive behaviors; headaches and pain; Tourette’s and Tic disorders; general adjustment concerns

Divisions

Behavioral Medicine

Cincinnati Children's Blog

How to Talk to Kids About Racism

BlogHealthy Living

How to Talk to Kids About Racism

By Angela Scott, PhD6/26/2020

My Locations

My Education

Postdoctoral Fellowship: Kennedy Krieger Institute at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, 2016.

Internship: Florida State University’s Multidisciplinary Evaluation and Consulting Center, Tallahassee, FL, 2015.

PhD: Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN, 2015.

My Publications

Survival After Norwood Procedure in High-Risk Patients. Tanem, J; Rudd, N; Rauscher, J; Scott, A; Frommelt, MA; Hill, GD. Annals of Thoracic Surgery. 2020; 109:828-833.