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Anna R.M. Hebert, Psy.D
555 Washington St
Dr. Joseph Moldover, Developmental Psychologist

Dr. Hebert is a pediatric neuropsychologist who has experience providing consultations, evaluations, and assistance with treatment planning for children, adolescents, and young adults with a variety of learning disabilities and developmental and acquired neuropsychological conditions. Dr. Hebert received her Bachelor’s degree from Bates College, where she majored in Psychology and Educational Studies. Following graduation, Dr. Hebert worked with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders and severe maladaptive behavior at the New England Center for Children. It was there that she gained training and experience in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy. Dr. Hebert completed her graduate education and training at Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, where she specialized in neuropsychology and school psychology. While at Widener, her research focused on nonverbal learning disabilities (NLD). Dr. Hebert completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at Boston Neuropsychological Services (BNS) in Needham. She is a BCBS provider.

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781 237-1735
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center -Psychiatry Dept.
330 Brookline Avenue
Irene Piryatinsky, PhD

Academic Titles

Instructor, Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

Practice Affiliations

> Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians (HMFP) at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Languages Spoken

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(617) 667-4749
(617) 975-5274
Laura Beatrice Kavesh, PhD
66 Bramhall Street
Diagnosis and Evaluation
May Institute
Dr. Lauren C. Solotar, Ph.D., ABPP
Diagnosis and Evaluation

Lauren C. Solotar, Ph.D., ABPP, is May Institute’s President and Chief Executive Officer. In this capacity, Dr. Solotar is responsible for the day-to-day functions of the organization and management of its senior leadership team.

Prior to her promotion to CEO in January of 2012, Dr. Solotar served as Chief Clinical Officer, providing clinical oversight for all of May Institute’s programs and centers, and its Clinical Leadership. Her responsibilities included setting standards for clinical practice, credentialing and privileging staff, supervision of clinical procedures and interventions, and oversight of professional training programs and research. She was also responsible for ensuring the quality of clinical services throughout the agency.

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North Shore Neuropsychological Services
7 Essex Green Dr, Ste 63
Dr. Courtney Lobraico

Dr. Lobraico is the owner of North Shore Neuropsychological Services, LLC.  She is a graduate of University of Illinois at Chicago and Adler University.  She completed a two-year post doctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School-Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center where she also held a faculty appointment.  Dr. Lobraico’s clinical experience encompasses both adult and pediatric populations.  Her clinical research through the University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center, Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, and Harvard Medical School has focused on the neurocognitive implications of electrical injury, cogntive responses to a new drug regimen on vascular dementia, development of normative data for minority veterans, and the role of neuropsychology in evaluation of Parkinson’s disease surgical candidates.  She is currently developing a brief screening for cognitive changes in populations with Multiple Sclerosis.  Through her group practice, Dr. Lobraico’s clinical interests include but are not limited to Autism Spectrum Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injury, ADHD, Developmental Disorders, giftedness, and learning disabilities.  She and her colleagues also provide a range of neuropsychological assessment services and are dedicated to helping people improve functioning across contexts.

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Northeastern Evaluation Specialists
1 Washington St. Suite 443
Diagnosis and Evaluation
Also serves Maine and Vermont (according to website)

At Northeast Evaluation Specialists we pride ourselves on our involvement in the education and governance of our respective professions and in the advancement of scientific research in the healthcare arena. This is evident in our roles on local government boards and on national and congressional committees. NES was founded with the industry knowledge that there are many providers but only a few we would trust with our clients. Based on that we set out to develop a service structure that is based on providing the very best information available. At NES we understand the importance of quality and objectivity in the review process and we look forward to sharing our expertise with you.

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New Hampshire
Seth Doolin,  Psy.D.
101 Cambridge Street, Suite 300
The goal of neuropsychological testing is to measure certain functions of the brain, and make sense of an individual’s behavior, learning, cognitive processing, and perhaps even potential to achieve. There is not one single test, but a “battery” of different tests (individualized to the needs of the person at hand) that tap into different aspects of brain functioning. For instance, there are measures that tap into lanugage functioning, measures that assess non-verbal functioning (visual/spatial processing), measures that assess immediate memory, longer term memory, planning, organization, the ability to integrate parts into wholes, etc.
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The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction
8 Lowell Road
Dr. David Greefield
Diagnosis and Evaluation

Dr. David Greenfield is the founder of The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction and Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine where teaches in the psychiatry residency program courses on Sexual Medicine and Internet Addiction. He is recognized as one of the world’s leading voices on process and behavioral addictions and is author of Virtual Addiction, which rang an early warning bell regarding the country’s growing Internet Addiction problem as well as numerous medical journal articles and book chapters; he also serves as an editor for numerous psychiatric and addiction journals.

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West Hartford