Boston Children's Hospital



Boston, MA

Celiane Rey-Casserly, PhD
Boston Children's Hospital, Neuropsychology Program 
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Telephone: 617-355-6708 
FAX: 617- 730-0319 

Information about Children's Hospital:

Information about neuropsychology residency at Boston Children's Hospital

Interviews will be scheduled at INS in Denver in February 2020; on site interviews also possible prior to INS for competitive candidates. Teleconference interviews can also be arranged.

Application deadline: Monday, December 9, 2019
Residency start date: Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Clinical neuropsychology residency openings: 2
Clinical neuropsychology residency positions: 3-4

Residency/fellowship positions in psychology: 14 postdoctoral; 7 psychology interns

Clinical neuropsychologists: 11 Full-time; 1 Part-time; 1 Consultant 

With ABCN/ABPP: 5 Full-time; 0 Part-time; 0 Consultants

Other psychologists: 121 psychologists work in the hospital and are part of the medical staff; 50 psychologists are training faculty involved in the psychology internship and postdoctoral training

With ABPP: 6 Full-time; 1 Part-time

Graduate training of residency applicants:

Preferred: clinical psychology, neuropsychology track or emphasis
Accepted: counseling psychology, school psychology

Primary emphasis: Pediatric

Emphases of training opportunities:

Strong: neuropsychological assessment and consultation, clinical research, developmental approach, cultural competence/diversity, supervision (by resident of other providers), neuro-oncology/childhood cancer, epilepsy (including pre/post-surgical evaluation), traumatic brain injury consultation and follow-up, genetic disorders, neurosurgical populations, spina bifida, cerebrovascular disorders, wide range of pediatric neurological and medical disorders, multidisciplinary care and interprofessional competencies, Spanish-English bilingual assessment
Moderate: psychotherapy
Weak: neuropsychological rehabilitation, forensics, geriatrics, childhood autism

Availability of patient populations:

Strong: epilepsy, brain tumor, traumatic brain injury, childhood leukemia, genetic disorders, spina bifida, neurosurgical populations, toxic exposure, ADHD/learning disabilities, multiple sclerosis, cerebrovascular disorders, HIV/AIDS & infectious disease, racial/ethnic minorities (African American, Latino), international patients
Moderate: adult stroke, psychiatric
Weak: dementia, Parkinson's disease, and geriatric conditions

updated 09/13/2019