Michaela is a third year PhD student in the School Psychology program at Fordham University. She previously received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and education from Boston University. Prior to working at Envisage Neuropsychology, Michaela conducted research on children's social and cognitive development at Boston University. Michaela has experience working with children from many backgrounds, including children and adolescents with developmental, intellectual, emotional, learning, and psychiatric disabilities. Currently, Michaela helps support an academic literacy intervention with teachers and students in the Bronx while continuing her graduate studies and working at Envisage.
Richard is a second-year doctoral student in the Clinical PsyD program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University. He previously received his B.A. from Tufts University. Prior to starting as an extern at Envisage Neuropsychology, Richard worked in research studying pediatric cancer patients at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Boston Children's Hospital. His other experiences include working at a summer camp for children with cancer and assisting with research at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Recently, Richard completed a summer research project at the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center.
Alicia is a third-year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology Program at Long Island University-Brooklyn, where she also received her Master of Science degree in clinical psychology. She previously received her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development from Cornell University. In the past, Alicia assisted in research with toddlers and preschool-age children at Cornell’s Early Childhood Cognition Lab, and volunteered in the oncology department of a pediatric hospital in the Dominican Republic. Prior to working at Envisage Neuropsychology, Alicia also worked with at-risk high school students in the High School of Fashion Industries in weekly, co-led groups to address social, emotional, and familial stressors and introduce an emotional intelligence curriculum. Last year, and currently, she works at L.I.U.-Brooklyn’s Psychology Services Center and conducts psychodynamic psychotherapy with young adult patients.
Nicole is a second year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology PsyD Program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She has experience providing group therapy and academic support to children with ADHD, Autism, learning difficulties, gender identity concerns, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. Previously, she tutored children and adolescents on subjects, such as math, english, and psychology and also provided instruction for college entrance exams, such as the SAT and ACT. Nicole graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology on the Cognitive Neuroscience track. She is currently in her second year of graduate school where she is studying depression and personality disorders, using a developmental perspective.