Rashida Barner, PhD

Rashida Barner

Dr. Barner conducts psychological evaluations with children and adolescents who present with conditions related to neurodevelopment, mood and anxiety, as well as with other conditions, such as social or family issues. Dr. Barner's clinical interests include providing culturally competent evaluations to a diverse population. Dr. Barner sees patients in the Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Clinic and the Executive Function Clinic.
 

Tanisha Drummond, PsyD, ABPP

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Dr. Drummond conducts evaluations with children and adolescents who present with neurodevelopmental disorders, mood and anxiety conditions, and other behavioral conditions. Dr. Drummond specializes in using objective personality inventories to aid in diagnostic clarification and treatment recommendations. Dr. Drummond sees patients through the Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Clinic.
 

Dan Kleiner, PsyD

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Dr. Kleiner is the director of psychological services in the Psychiatric Mental Health Program. He specializes in the treatment of children and adolescents who have complex psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. He has a wealth of experience working with underserved populations, and with children and families who have experienced trauma, neglect and abuse. Dr. Kleiner is also chair of the Kennedy Krieger Institute Ethics Program.
 

Shelley McDermott, PhD, BCBA-D

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Dr. McDermott's clinical interests include assessment of preschool and school-age children with suspected neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and learning disorders. In addition, Dr. McDermott has experience working with children and adolescents who present with conditions related to mood and anxiety. Dr. McDermott sees patients through the Executive Function Clinic. 
 

Judith Trussell, PhD

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Dr. Trussell conducts psychological evaluations with children, adolescents and young adults who present with problems in learning, mood, self-regulation, social functioning and attention. Her areas of clinical interest include anxiety disorders, adjustment issues for young adults (including college students), and interdisciplinary collaboration in providing services to families. Dr. Trussell sees clients through the Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Clinic