Dr. Lavin is a licensed psychologist in Arizona with a background in both cognitive and clinical psychology. She has experience conducting outpatient neuropsychological evaluations with a diverse population of children and adults as well as inpatient consultations to patients with epilepsy, traumatic brain injuries, tumors, strokes, and spinal cord injuries. She has also conducted neuropsychological evaluations for retired NFL players.
Dr. Lavin obtained her master’s degree in psychology with an emphasis in cognitive development at UCLA before completing her Ph.D. in cognitive psychology at Rutgers University. In 2014, Dr. Lavin acquired additional training in clinical psychology via a formal re-specialization program at Fielding Graduate University. She then completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology.
Dr. Lavin enjoys working withpatients throughout the lifespan, from preschool through geriatrics, and drawsupon her background in both research and clinical psychology whenconceptualizing cases. She has extensive clinical experience conductingoutpatient neuropsychological evaluations with children and adults of diversepopulations.
Dr. Lavin has provided inpatient evaluations to patients with epilepsy, traumatic brain injuries, tumors, strokes, and spinal cord injuries at a rehabilitation hospital. She also conducted neuropsychological evaluations for the National Football League’s Concussion Settlement Baseline Assessment Program.
Dr. Lavin enjoys reading, watching “The Great British Baking Show,” spending time with her husband and son, and training her Portuguese Water Dog.