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Katherine Gamble, Psy.D. 
(President Elect)

Katherine Gamble is a pediatric neuropsychologist. She has worked for many years assessing the needs of children with developmental disabilities, genetic disorders, complex medical profiles, and learning disabilities. She specializes in working with very young children and with children of all ages who have developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder and other complex presentations. Katherine is a graduate of Oberlin College, earned an M.Ed. in Counseling from Boston College, and earned her Psy.D. in Neuropsychology from the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology. She completed her neuropsychology post-doctoral fellowship at Healthsouth Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital. Katherine currently runs a private practice in Brookline, providing neuropsychological evaluations and educational consulting for children aged one and up. This is her second term on the Board. She is a member of APA (American Psychological Association), APA Society for Clinical Neuropsychology/Division 40, and MPA (Massachusetts Psychological Association).
William "Bill" Mautz, Ph.D. 

William "Bill" Mautz, Ph.D. received formal training in neuropsychology at Children's Hospital Boston-Harvard Medical School, Lurie Children's Hospital Chicago, and the University of Chicago Hospitals.  He earned his Ph.D. in Child Clinical Psychology at DePaul University following a Master's in Education from Harvard University.  He founded Children's Neuropsychological Services, LLC in 2001 where he currently serves as Co-Director of Clinical Training. 
Kelley K. Henry, Psy.D., BCBA-D, LABA
Past President



Dr. Henry is a pediatric neuropsychologist specializing in early identification and treatment of young children with Autism Spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities, and behavior challenges.  Dr. Henry received her doctorate degree in clinical psychology from William James College, earned a masters´ degree in child development from Tufts University, and bachelors’ degree from Hobart and William Smith Colleges. She completed graduate work within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis at Endicott College. Dr. Henry is the Executive Vice President of Assessment Services at The Beacon Assessment Center, a program of Beacon ABA Services.

Tyler Zink, ABPP/CN

Tyler Zink, PhD, ABPP/CN, is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and an Instructor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology at Boston University. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the Boston Consortium for Clinical Psychology, focusing in Neuropsychology at the Boston VA. His fellowship in Neuropsychology was through Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Mental Health Center, and BIDMC. Currently, he serves as the Practicum Training Coordinator for Neuropsychology in the Department of Psychiatry at BIDMC. His clinical interests include aging and dementia, neurodevelopmental disorders, and the impact of mental illness on cognition.

Lauren Baumann., Psy.D.
Treasurer Elect

Lauren Baumann., Psy.D.  Dr. Baumann completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at William James College in Newton, MA. During her doctoral training, she completed specific coursework and practica required to specialize in Neuropsychology. She completed her psychology internship at VA North Texas Health Care Systems, in Dallas, TX in their neuropsychology track. She is currently a Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Resident at VA Central Western Massachusetts, based out of their Worcester campus. She currently specializes in neuropsychological assessment of Veterans 18-90+ years both within inpatient and outpatient settings. She assesses Veterans with a wide variety of cognitive and psychological concerns, including assessing psychological functioning, serious mental illness, TBI, movement disorders, and neurodegenerative processes/dementia. 

Ann Marie Seidel, Psy.D.

Dr. Seidel completed her masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology in Chester, Pennsylvania. During her doctoral training, she completed additional coursework and internships required to specialize in Neuropsychology and School Psychology. She completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology, during which she provided diagnostic assessment and ongoing consultation and care for children, adolescents, and young adults. Dr. Seidel currently works at Child & Family Psychological Services. She specializes in neuropsychological assessment of children, adolescents, and young adults who experience challenges with attention, learning, executive functioning, and social/emotional development. She also focuses on follow-up consultation and evaluation, which are used to inform academic programming and treatment planning.


Susan Parks-Cohen, Ph.D. 

Dr. Parks-Cohen is currently a Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, the Assistant Director of the McLean Hospital Child and Adolescent Testing Service, and she has a private practice in Brookline, MA. For over 15 years, Dr. Parks-Cohen’s clinical work has included Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Clinical Neuropsychology, and Neurocognitive Coaching and many of her clients have significant histories involving learning disorders and psychiatric illness. Through her McLean Hospital role Dr. Parks-Cohen supervises Interns and post-doctoral trainees and is involved in didactic training for psychiatry residents. Dr. Parks-Cohen is originally from Pittsburgh, PA where she completed her undergraduate degree at Westminster College and her Masters Degree in Child Development and Doctoral Degree at the University of Pittsburgh. While in Pittsburgh, she worked in research at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic focusing on female adolescents who engaged in substance use and Conduct Disordered behaviors.  Dr. Parks-Cohen completed her Internship in Clinical Psychology at McLean Hospital, and continued on completing a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology. Her role as a neuropsychologist started by working as the Training Director for neuropsychology post-doctoral trainees and she focused her clinical work with adults with psychiatric illness and Dementia. Eventually, Dr. Parks-Cohen expanded her clinical work to include children and adolescents. 
Trudi Koslof, Psy.D. 

Trudi Koslof, Psy.D. is a pediatric neuropsychologist at Franciscan Children’s Hospital (FCH).  She completed her undergraduate studies at Washington University in St. Louis, and she earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from William James College (formerly Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology).  She completed her predoctoral residency at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital in the Inpatient Psychiatric Department before completing a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at McLean Hospital’s Children and Adolescent Testing Service.  Following her fellowship, Dr. Koslof joined the Behavioral Health Services outpatient division at FCH where she currently evaluates children and adolescents presenting with complex neurodevelopmental, learning, social-emotional and behavioral issues.  She also provides consultation to other hospital departments, supervises APA interns and co-leads a weekly testing seminar for students.  Dr. Koslof’s primary clinical interests are the evaluation of comorbid psychiatric and neurodevelopmental presentations with a focus in major mental illness emergence.  In addition to MNS, she is also a member of APA (Division 40) and INS.
Matthew Conway, Psy.D.


Matthew Conway earned his Doctorate in Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, with a concentration in neuropsychology, and his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Brown University. He has received formal training in neuropsychology from top tier hospitals and clinics around the U.S., including Advocate Illinois Masonic, Central DuPage Hospital, Lenox Hill Hospital, and most recently completed his two-year pediatric neuropsychology fellowship with Children’s Neuropsychological Services where he is currently on staff. His primary areas of clinical specialization include Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and executive functioning deficits, and neuro/developmental disorders.

Ashita S. Gurnani, Ph.D.

Dr. Ashita Gurnani is an Adult Neuropsychologist at LifeDimensions Neuropsychological Services in Braintree, MA, where she sees adults and older adults with various neurological and psychiatric conditions. She also holds an academic appointment as Research Professor in the Department of Neurology at Boston University Medical Center. She attained her PhD in clinical psychology with a focus in neuropsychology and geropsychology at The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. She completed a one year, APA accredited, pre-doctoral internship in adult neuropsychology at Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan. She then completed a two- year, post-doctoral fellowship in adult neuropsychology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, affiliated with Harvard Medical School. Dr. Gurnani has previously held an academic appointment at The University of Colorado, which has included instruction at the undergraduate level. She has been actively involved in research and has 10 peer reviewed publications, two non-refereed publications, and several poster presentations at national conferences. Her research interests broadly include cognitive aging and neurodegenerative disorders. She is on the Board of Directors and is current Membership Chair of the Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society (MNS). Other memberships include the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN) and the International Neuropsychological Society (INS). 

Jenicka Engler, Psy.D.

Jenicka Engler, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist with a sub-specialization in developmental neuropsychology. For the past few years she has served as the MNS Member-At-Large and on the Professional Affairs Committee as the liaison to the Board, and is now on the Membership Committee. Dr. Engler is currently conducting psychiatry research at Adams Clinical in Watertown, MA where she is an expert in the neuropsychiatric assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of Major Depressive Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Alzheimer's Dementia. In addition to her clinical scientist role, Dr. Engler has developed a referral network for therapy and medication management across the Greater Boston area (feel free to reach out should you be looking).

Stephanie Craig, Ph.D.

Stephanie Craig, Ph.D.  trained and worked as a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist at Beth Israel Hospital and Boston University Medical Center, where she co-led the testing seminar and supervised pre- and post-doctoral interns, and participated in the Longitudinal Study of Development. In private practice since 1984, she has provided psychological and neuropsychological assessment of adults and children, as well as individual therapy and couple’s counseling, and, as a trained divorce mediator, divorce coaching. She has provided neuropsychological consultation in a number of MA public school districts, as well as bilingual/French evaluations of students.  She has been a member of MNS since its earliest years, and worked with the Education Committee on outreach and planning as a member-at-large.

Nancy Roosa, Psy.D.

Nancy Roosa, Psy.D., has been working as a pediatric neuropsychologist since 1997. She was, most recently, a senior neuropsychologist at NESCA (Neuropsychology and Education Services for Children and Adolescents) in Newton, MA. She enjoys working with a range of children, particularly those with autism spectrum disorders, as well as children with attentional issues, executive function deficits, anxiety disorders, learning disabilities, or other social, emotional or behavioral problems.  She also enjoys speaking to local schools and parent groups on a variety of topics related to students and mental health.  

Dr. Roosa graduated from Brown University with a degree in Neural Science and then completed her graduate work at Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, now William James College. She completed internships at a youth guidance center, a college counseling center and community mental health centers. She completed post-doctoral work at Children’s Evaluation Center, Newton.  

Dr. Roosa currently serves on the Board of Directors at Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society, where she is chair of the Education Committee. She also serves on the board of Asperger Autism Network, where she is involved in advocacy work at the state level as well as advising the organization on clinical issues related to autism.

Caitlin Macaulay, Ph.D.; ABPP

Dr. Caitlin Macaulay has spent the last 15 years working at Lahey Clinic (BILH) in the department of neurology as a clinical neuropsychologist. Her clinic consists of conducting outpatient neuropsychological evaluations with the adult/geriatric population with her main function as a diagnostician. She had previously worked at DHMC where she supervised post-doctoral fellows as well as working in an outpatient setting at Eliot Hospital (manchester, nh). She received her MA/PhD at CSPP and then completed her internship in inpatient and outpatient neuropsychology at Fletcher Allen Healthcare/UVM (Burlington, VT), and her two year post-doctoral fellowship at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown. She became board certified in 2009 and has been a work sampler reviewer for board certification for the past 10 years.



Setari Parsa, M.A.

Setari Parsa is a fourth-year student in the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. program at William James College. She received her B.A. in psychology and sociology from Case Western Reserve University in 2011 and her M.A. in psychology from Boston University in 2012. She is currently completing her practicum training in the Department of Adult Neurology and Center for Children with Special Needs at Tufts Medical Center. She is primarily interested in the neurobiological changes associated with mood and complex trauma. Her secondary interest includes issues related to neurocognitive functioning in patients with chronic illness and pain. As she continues her career development, she hopes to specialize in cognitive rehabilitation and integrate mind-body activities into rehabilitative settings. Her research interests include the benefits of physical exercise and mindfulness on attention and executive functioning. In addition to MNS, she is a member of the American Psychological Association, International Neuropsychological Society, and Massachusetts Psychological Association. Aside from academic and professional endeavors, Setari spends her time practicing yoga and running. She is also an avid music lover and NBA fan. 

Meaghan Valler, M.A.

Meaghan Valler, M.A. completed a Bachelor of Science in psychology with a concentration in neuroscience at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in Amherst, MA where she developed clinical and research interests in human cognition and behavior. During her time as an undergraduate, she was a research assistant in a perception and cognition lab and completed an independent study utilizing eye-tracking technology to investigate how interruptions influence decision-making. Prior to applying to graduate school, she worked on a neurorehabilitation inpatient unit running sensory therapeutic groups with individuals who suffered from traumatic brain injuries and other neurological disorders. She is currently a third-year Clinical Psychology (PsyD) doctoral student at William James College with a concentration in neuropsychology and recently received her en route master’s degree in professional psychology. Her current practicum placement is with the Bedford VA in their Neuropsychology Service. Her current clinical and research interests lie with adults, specifically with memory disorders and dementia in the older adult population.

Cassidy Gallegos, B.A.

Cassidy Gallegos, B.A. is a second-year Master’s student in the Mental Health Counseling program at Boston College. She received her B.A. in Applied Psychology & Human Development and Management & Leadership from Boston College in 2016. As an undergrad, she started several organizations on campus that were geared towards spreading awareness about mental health and increasing accessibility to resources. Her interest in neuropsychology stems from personal experience with a traumatic injury and learning about the role of the nervous system in understanding and managing her chronic pain and mental health. She will be completing her internship and practicum next year and has particular interest in complex trauma and how to incorporate mind-body awareness in building resilience among survivors.