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Headshot photo of Dr. Jessica SCHER LISA

Dr. Jessica Scher Lisa has been a licensed psychologist since 2010. She has a degree in Clinical Psychology, with a specialization in Children and Adolescents, from the Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology at the University of Hartford (2009). She completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Cody Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities in 2010.

Dr. Lisa's clinical expertise is in working with children and adolescents, specifically with diagnoses of Autism, began in 2000 at the the Developmental Disabilities Institute (Young Autism Program). Dr. Lisa has also worked in inpatient, outpatient, and residential settings with various children, adolescents, and families, affected by a wide-array of diagnoses.

In my private practice I focus on providing both evaluations and therapy services. You can find more information on the services and clinical expertise I have to offer on the "Services" page of this website.

Dr. Lisa is also a mother of 4 young children, providing an enhanced perspective on parenting issues and practical solutions to common emotional and behavioral difficulties at home.

At any time, please feel free to contact Dr. Lisa to discuss your concerns and how she may be able to help.


Headshot photo of Dr. Bianca Marro

Dr. Marro holds a Doctoral Degree in School Psychology, as well as a Masters Degree in Psychology from Stony Brook University, and Masters of Applied Education and School Psychology from Columbia University, and is a Certified School Psychologist in NY State. She is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). She currently works as a School Psychologist at Western Suffolk BOCES where she specialized in elementary aged children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bianca’s training has been focused on working with youth and adults with ASD and anxiety, as well as psychoeducational and diagnostic evaluations.

Headshot photo of Kristin Walker

Kristin is an accomplished Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Stony Brook University. Kristin currently serves as a graduate student clinician at the Krasner Psychological Center at Stony Brook University. In this role, she provides therapeutic services to a diverse clientele, focusing on individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), anxiety, depression, ADHD, and oppositional behaviors. Her work with both youth and adults showcases her adaptability and dedication to mental health care. In addition to her clinical work, Kristin is skilled in performing psychoeducational evaluations, a critical component of her practice that informs individualized care and intervention strategies. Kristin's research aims to better understand the experiences of the d/Deaf and hard of hearing and autistic communities, with a special focus on the intersectionality of these identities. Her research is focused on identifying and addressing disparities experienced by the disability community. Kristin's academic and clinical excellence combined with her practical experience make her a valuable asset to our practice.

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