Dr. Leah Singh is the Director of the Children's Learning Clinic and a licensed psychologist in Florida. She earned her PhD in School Psychology from the University of Memphis, completed her clinical Internship at the FSU Multidisciplinary Center, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Children's Learning Clinic. She has received extensive training in assessment, consultation, and intervention across hospital, clinic, university, and school settings. Dr. Singh completed a subspecialty in pediatric psychology and assessment, and a fellowship in Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disorders (LEND). She is a recipient of the Division 16 Blue Ribbon Research Award from the American Psychological Association. Her research interests are in examining psychometric properties of neuropsychological assessments to inform appropriate instrument selection and interpretation as well as the role of neuropsychological assessment in diagnosis and public policy.
Dr. Sherelle Harmon is the Director of Research Services for the Children's Learning Clinic and a licensed clinical social worker in Florida. She received her master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University, her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Florida State University, and completed her predoctoral clinical internship at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Dr. Harmon is a Children's Learning Clinic alumna who completed postdoctoral training at Harvard University and previously directed a clinic at the University of Miami focused on transdiagnostic youth interventions and dissemination and implementation science. Her research focuses on understanding individual differences in psychopathology and treatment response in youth, examining factors related to psychological comorbidity, and implementing evidence-based interventions.
Dr. Michael Kofler is the Founder of the Children's Learning Clinic. He is a licensed clinical psychologist in Florida, Georgia, and Virginia, and is licensed to practice telehealth in 20+ additional states via PSYPACT. Dr. Kofler has published more than 90 scientific articles and book chapters on topics related to childhood ADHD. He is a Fellow in the American Psychological Association (APA), a Consulting Editor for Child Neuropsychology, and a member of the Editorial Board of Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology. He is a recipient of the Young Scientist Research Award from the national ADHD advocacy group CHADD. His research focuses on identifying strengths and building capabilities in children with ADHD. His current work involves testing the ADHD-centric, game-based neurocognitive training protocols developed in the Children's Learning Clinic. This research is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and the FSU Psychology Department
Dr. Nicole Greenberg is the Postdoctoral Fellow in the Children's Learning Clinic. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Alabama and completed her predoctoral clinical internship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Greenberg completed specialty work in clinical child psychology and a fellowship in Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND). She has received training in assessment, treatment, and consultation/liaison across outpatient, inpatient/residential, primary care, and hospital settings. Dr. Greenberg is also a Children’s Learning Clinic alumna and was our first clinic coordinator prior to starting her doctoral program. Her research interests include examining friendship features in youth with ADHD and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Lauren DeGeorge is the Clinic Coordinator for the Children’s Learning Clinic. She received her BS in Psychology and Human Development & Family Sciences from Florida State University and worked as a Research Assistant in the Children's Learning Clinic and the Florida Center for Reading Research prior to graduating. She has 6 years of experience working with families and children in the community. As an undergraduate, she was an afterschool counselor at a local elementary school working with children presenting with a variety of conditions including ADHD, ASD, and ODD. Her research interests include social anxiety, social skill deficits, and emotion recognition and regulation, specifically in children diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD and ASD.
Meaghan Geren is the Research Coordinator for the Children's Learning Clinic. She received her dual B.S. in Clinical Neuroscience and Psychology from Virginia Tech. After graduation, she worked as a Clinical Specialist at the Kennedy Krieger Institute Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program, and then as a Research Assistant at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She received her M.P.S. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park, and worked as a Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Maryland ADHD Program. Her research interests broadly lie within the development and dissemination of parent-focused interventions that aim to improve social, academic, and behavioral outcomes for children with ADHD. Specifically, she is interested in interventions that utilize parenting skills and behavioral strategies to facilitate positive development during transitional periods for youth with ADHD.
Kathy Harvey is the Psychometrist for the Children's Learning Clinic. She received her B.S. in Psychology from the College of Charleston, and has worked as an in-home behavior therepist for children with ASD and as a Psychometrist at the Medical University of South Carolina. As a psychometrist, she conducted neuropsychological and psychoeducational testing with children with disabilities and/or complex medical histories and was awarded a prestigious fellowship in South Carolina's Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (SC LEND). Her research interests involve defining causal pathways in ADHD symptom presentation, and alternative interventions targeting ADHD symptoms in preschoolers and children. She is currently working on her PhD in the FSU College of Education.
Christian Padron is the Research Associate for the Children's Learning Clinic. He received his B.S. in Cell and Molecular Neuroscience and Public Health from Florida State University. He also worked as a Research Assistant in the Children’s Learning Clinic and as a Learning Assistant for Florida State University prior to graduating. His research interests include developing interventions for children with ADHD that help improve their academic and behavioral outcomes. He is specifically interested in non-pharmaceutical interventions, such as video games that aim to enhance their central executive functions.
Katie Black is the Social Work Intern for the Children's Learning Clinic. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Florida International University where she wrote an Honor's Thesis on children's social problem solving and gained clinical experience interning for a treatment program for young children with externalizing behavior and academic problems. After graduating, she spent a year as a lab manager working on a project focused on identifying drivers of depression in youth. Most recently, she served as the Research Coordinator for the Children's Learning Clinic while completing coursework in FSU's College of Social Work Master's Program. She is broadly interested in improving children's learning and social-emotional outcomes through school-based intervention, especially for children involved in the welfare system.
Carolyn Marsh is a doctoral candidate in FSU's clinical psychology program. She received her B.A. in Psychology from Occidental College. She then worked as a postgraduate associate at the Yale Child Study Center, where she coordinated a study on the neural mechanisms underlying cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety symptoms in children with autism spectrum disorder. Her research interests focus on the interplay between internalizing/mood symptoms, social functioning, and executive functioning in children with ADHD.
Fatou Gaye is the Assistant Director for the Children’s Learning Clinic. Fatou is a doctoral student in FSU’s clinical psychology program. She received her B.S. in Psychology and minor in neuroscience at the University of Maryland where she worked on a study that assessed the neural correlates of inhibitory control. She then worked as a lab manager at UMD where she coordinated a working memory and math intervention study. Her current research interests include the intersection of executive function impairments and academic outcomes in ADHD, as well as the efficacy of executive function training interventions.
Alissa Cole is a doctoral student in FSU’s clinical psychology program. She received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Maryland. Her previous research has focused on psycholinguistic mechanisms of language comprehension and the role of working memory and processing speed in reading and language. Her current research interests include investigating executive function impairments in ADHD and examining its association with disorders of reading and language in children.
Sooyun Cho is a doctoral student in FSU’s clinical psychology program. She received her B.S. in Biotechnology from Korea University, and her M.S. in Biomedical Science and Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. She received her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Seoul National University. She finished three years of internship in Clinical Psychology at Kangbuk Samsung Hospital and is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in South Korea. Her previous research experience focused on observing the relationship between brain morphology, function, and connectivity with addiction behaviors and adolescent impulsivity. Her most recent study centered on understanding the efficacy of diagnostic tools for adult ADHD used in South Korean hospitals. Her current research interests include devising effective diagnostic and treatment methods for ADHD that are viable in actual clinical settings.
Enrique “Henry” Cibrian is a doctoral student in FSU’s clinical psychology program. He received his B.A. in Psychology from South University and his M.S. in Psychological Science from the University of North Florida. Prior to attending FSU, he worked at a psychology clinic as both a Clinical Research Assistant—to develop two versions of a mental health screener for treatment needs—and as a Psychometrist—aiding in assessments with children and adolescents for ADHD, ASD, etc. Currently, he is interested in investigating neural markers of risk for psychopathology, the effects of parenting behaviors on internalizing/externalizing symptoms, and intervention strategies for youth.
Miho Tatsuki is a doctoral student in Oklahoma State University's clinical psychology program. She graduated from Grinnell College with a B.A. in psychology. Prior to entering the doctoral program at OSU, she worked at Children's Research Center in Okinawa, Japan, investigating reinforcement learning, social functioning, and academic achievement in children with ADHD. Currently, she is interested in how trait, state, and pathological anxiety affect individuals with ADHD and developing assessments and interventions that address the interplay.
Julia Obi is a doctoral student in FSU’s clinical psychology program. She received her B.S. in Psychology with minors in Biology and Medicine in Society from the University of Houston. Her previous research experience as a Research Assistant focused on assessing multiple facets of cognitive function and their correlations to math, reading, and English learning performance. She is currently interested in evaluating executive function impairment in children with ADHD and its impact on math and language expression-related errors, as well as investigating possible interventions.
Caitlin Bullard is a clinical psychology doctoral student in Oklahoma State University's clinical psychology program. Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, she graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. Caitlin is interested in examining behavioral and social difficulties experienced by children with ADHD and/or ASD.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Florida)
Faculty, Florida State University, Department of Psychology
Director of Clinical Services, Children's Learning Clinic, Florida State University
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Florida, North Carolina)
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Mississippi, Department of Psychology
Director, Psychological Services Center, University of Mississippi
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Washington)
Faculty, University of Washington, School Psychology Program
Owner, Holland Psychology, PLLC
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Washington)
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (New York, Washington)
Faculty, Tufts University, Institute for Applied Research in Youth Development
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Mississippi)
Faculty, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Center for Advancement of Youth
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Harvard Consortium in Clinical Neuropsychology
Psychology Intern, University of Chicago (Adult Neuropsychology Track)
Director of Research Services, Florida State University, Children's Learning Clinic
Director of Clinical Research, University of Miami, Child & Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Treatment Program
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Harvard University
Psychology Intern, Medical University of South Carolina
Licensed Psychologist, Pediatric Psychology Associates
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Florida International University, Center for Children and Families
Psychology Intern, Dell Children's Hospital / Texas Child Study Center
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Pittsburgh Department of Psychiatry / Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
Psychology Resident, Duke University Medical Center
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Syracuse University
Psychology Intern, Immaculata University
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital (Neuropsychology)
Psychology Resident, Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital (Neuropsychology)
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Washington / Seattle Children's Hospital
Psychology Intern, Nationwide Children's Hospital
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Rutgers University
Psychology Intern, Johns Hopkins Medicine / Kennedy Krieger Institute
Major Professor: Dr. Jeanette Taylor
Licensed Neuropsycholgist, Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
Neuropsychology Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Kansas School of Medicine
Psychology Intern, Missouri Health Sciences Consortium (Neuropsychology Track)
Major Professor: Dr. Chris Lonigan
Assistant Professor, University of South Alabama
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Florida International University, Center for Children and Families
Psychology Resident, Cincinnatti Children's Hospital
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Children's Learning Clinic
Psychology Intern, University of Alabama Birmingham - Birmingham Veterans Affairs Medical Center (UAB-BVAMC) Internship Consortium
Doctoral Student, University of Alabama
Doctoral Student, University of British Columbia
Doctoral Student, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
Research Coordinator, National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System
Graduate Student, George Mason University
Doctoral Student, Florida International University
Social Work Intern, Children's Learning Clinic
Master's Student, Florida State University