Lisa Daniels, Ph.D.
Lisa M. Lindeke Daniels, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist with specialization in Pediatric Neuropsychology. She has expertise in evaluation of psychological concerns as well as a wide spectrum of neuropsychological concerns including AD/HD, Intellectual Disabilities, Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (including Autism Spectrum Disorder), Learning Disabilities (including Dyslexia), and the impact of Traumatic Brain Injuries.
Dr. Daniels completed her doctoral degree in child clinical psychology at the Pennsylvania State University, where she received extensive clinical training in treatment and assessment of children, as well as preschool and school consultation. She also conducted research into the development of emotional and attentional regulation and parenting during the early childhood period. Dr. Daniels completed a clinical residency through the Devereux Foundation, building her skillset in treatment of severe and persistent mental health difficulties. She then completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Gale and Associates Center for Assessment and Psychotherapy, where she further developed skills in neuropsychological assessment and worked with many children impacted by in-utero drug exposure, adoption or foster care, and complex trauma.
Dr. Daniels’ approach uses individualized, empirically-supported, assessment and treatment services to allow individuals to develop and thrive in home, school, and community settings. In the assessment process, Dr. Daniels prioritizes directing specific and comprehensive recommendations for parents, teachers, and mental health providers around interventions and supportive strategies based on a child’s specific cognitive, adaptive, and psychological profile.