Dr. Susy Thomas is a licensed clinical psychologist who completed her post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Neuropsychology at Kennedy Krieger Institute in 1999 and continued as a staff psychologist until 2003. Dr. Thomas returned to the department in 2019 and currently serves as co-director of the Pathways to Young Adulthood Clinic within the Neuropsychology Department’s outpatient program. She has expertise in the assessment of preschoolers and school-aged children with learning, attentional and executive functioning difficulties. Over the years, Dr. Thomas has developed further expertise in working with older teens on the transition to postsecondary settings and young adulthood.
Dr. Thomas graduated with a BS in Psychology and a Minor in Spanish, 1990 from the University of Scranton, before completing a MA in Clinical Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. This was followed by a predoctoral internship in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology & Clinical Neuropsychology at the North Shore University Hospital/Cornell University Medical School. Dr. Thomas received a PhD in Clinical Psychology from University of Massachusetts Boston, which was followed by a postdoctoral fellowship in Child Clinical Psychology & Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, Preschool Track, at Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.