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is a licensed clinical psychologist and a certified school psychologist who has worked with children and families for over 30 years.
Her professional experience has included work in childrenâ€™s hospitals, mental health clinics, public schools, and (for the past 20 years) private practice. Her work has focused on children with learning disabilities, developmental disorders, emotional and behavioral difficulties, dyslexia, non-verbal learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, anxiety and school phobia, medical issues and autism spectrum disorders.
Because she believes that even the best evaluation is of limited value without effective follow-up, she works with parents and schools to put in place the best programs and specialized instruction so children can make effective progress. She is dedicated to being an advocate for each child she sees, and providing an independent, objective, and comprehensive picture of that child's learning style and educational needs..
is passionate about using the assessment process to empower students to be equal partners in their learning and provide practical recommendations for parents and teachers. She is a licensed psychologist who earned her doctorate from Boston University and completed postdoctoral training in neuropsychological assessment in the assessment center at McLean Hospital. For over two decades Dr. Norton has provided neuropsychological and educational testing, clinical supervision and professional development in schools and mental health settings.
specializes in completing comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults. Dr. Levison works with a wide range of individuals presenting with various social-emotional, cognitive, learning, and executive functioning difficulties. He earned his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, and is a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Levison has received extensive training in neuropsychological evaluations, therapy for children and adolescents, group therapy, and family therapy. He is able to utilize his clinical training and experience to provide targeted and realistic recommendations and referrals for the children and families he sees, in addition to providing diagnostic clarification.
In addition to his position at Neuropsych Assessments of Greater Boston, Dr. Levison is a neuropsychologist at the North Shore Medical Center in Salem. He also is a part-time professor at Gordon College in Wenham.
In addition to Neuropsych Assessments of Greater Boston, Dr. Baskin holds a position at North Shore Children's Hospital, Salem MA in their Neurodevelopmental Center. There, she has been administering psychological and neuropsychological assessments since 2010. Prior training includes assessment and therapy at Lexington High School, working with adolescents with learning and/or social/emotional difficulties. Additional experience includes therapy and assessment with patients suffering from Major Mental Illness in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Dr. Baskin completed her Ph.D. in experimental psychology (Behavioral Neuroscience) from the University of Miami in 2006. She then attended the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology for training in Clinical Psychology. Currently, Dr. Baskin is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in MA, as well as a Health Service Provider.
is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the neuropsychological evaluation and treatment of learning disabilities, anxiety, depression, AD/HD, executive dysfunction, and developmental disorders such as Autism in children and adolescents. She provides a full range of assessment services, including neuropsychological and neurodevelopmental evaluations, along with academic, cognitive, and personality testing. Dr. Kavanagh earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology in Boston, Massachusetts, and her master's degree in Developmental and Educational Psychology from Boston College.
While Dr. Kavanagh's training focused on developing expertise in the areas of neuropsychological evaluation and intervention across the lifespan, she received extensive postdoctoral training in neurodevelopmental assessment and specializes in conducting evaluations for young children. She can provide assessments and interventions for children as young as 2 years old.
is a pediatric neuropsychologist who seeks to combine results from thorough neuropsychological evaluation with her knowledge of intervention techniques to provide the most targeted and appropriate treatment recommendations for her clients. Dr. Jansiewicz completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology/Behavioral Neuroscience at Georgia State University. She has trained at a number of hospital settings, including the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Children’s Seashore House (now Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia), Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (focusing on adult rehabilitation), St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, the Shepherd Center (focusing on brain and spinal cord injury), and the Marcus Autism Center. Dr. Jansiewicz is experienced in working with children and young adults with a variety of developmental conditions, including autism spectrum disorders, language and learning disorders, ADHD, global developmental delay, and complex medical/neurological conditions. Dr. Jansiewicz enjoys partnering with families to help coordinate services for their children, and is available to attend meetings, conduct observations, and talk with other professionals as appropriate to ensure the greatest continuity of care for your child. In her free time she enjoys hiking and traveling with her husband and two children.
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