About Me

I am a board-certified neuropsychologist with nearly two decades of experience in evaluating and treating children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of developmental and acquired conditions.

I obtained my doctorate in clinical psychology and completed post-doctoral training in clinical neuropsychology. Having worked in a variety of clinical settings, I have years of expertise working with clients across the life span with a wide array of neurological,  developmental, and psychiatric conditions,  including ADHD, learning disabilities, developmental delays, brain injuries and concussions, and various conditions affecting the central nervous system. 

My clinical experience covers nearly all ages, from young children to the elderly. I have worked with preschoolers experiencing developmental delays, provided evaluation and treatment services to school-aged children with ADHD at the NYU Child Study Center, spent several years as a senior supervising neuropsychologist in Kings County Hospital where I evaluated children and adults, and have worked at a neurology practice specializing in traumatic brain injuries/concussions.

In addition to clinical practice, I have taught and supervised graduate and medical students, interns, and post-doctoral trainees throughout my career. I always strive to stay informed of the new and exciting developments in research and clinical practice in my field.  To that extent, I have presented at national neuropsychology conferences and have participated in clinical research. I have recently obtained extensive training in neurofeedback (EEG biofeedback), which I am now proud to offer to my patients with ADHD and other conditions. 

Born in Moscow, I speak fluent Russian, but Brooklyn has now been home for decades, where I reside with my husband, two school-aged kids, and two dogs.