As a Nationally Certified School Psychologist and a Licensed Psychologist in NY and NJ, I maintain a private practice in NJ and NY where I complete learning disability evaluations for students with learning differences, as well as early childhood evaluations for gifted program admissions, respectively.
Since 2002, I have taught assessment and consultation at the graduate level at St. John’s University, Fordham University, and served as a full-time lecturer and fieldwork coordinator for five years at Teacher’s College, Columbia University. Presently, I am the part-time graduate School Psychology Fieldwork/Training Coordinator for St. John’s University in New York.
As a Specific Learning Disability (SLD) consultant and a professional development consultant, I conduct trainings on learning disabilities and intervention planning for organizations nationally and internationally. I have coauthored the first and second editions of the Achievement Test Desk Reference, Essentials of the WJ III Tests of Cognitive Abilities as well as several book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles focused on assessing, diagnosing, and intervening with specific learning disabilities and I am the primary editor of the Essentials of Planning, Selecting, and Tailoring Interventions for Unique Learners. Most recently, I have partnered with experts in the field of learning disabilities and nondiscriminatory assessment, including Dawn Flanagan, Samuel Ortiz, and Vincent Alfonso, to coauthor an Intervention Library, which is a digital resource, containing over 1,000 intervention recommendations aimed to support struggling learners.
Supporting Learners. Improving Outcomes.