What is a neuropsychologist?
Neuropsychologists are independently licensed doctoral level psychologists with training in clinical psychology followed by additional specialty post-doctoral training in how biology (specifically the brain) influences how we think, feel, and behave.
About Dr. Lepage
Dr. Lepage is a licensed psychologist who practices as a pediatric neuropsychologist. His training and work experience includes research and clinical practice in rural and urban settings, community mental health, intensive outpatient/day treatment, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and residential settings.
Licensed Psychologist MN 6160
Licensed Psychologist WI 2853
Licensed Psychologist CA 23694 (current-inactive)
Training & Experience
Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology
Monterey County Children's Behavioral Health
Post-doctoral Fellowship & Additional Specialty Training
Kaiser Permanente, Autism Spectrum Disorder Center
Fielding Graduate University, Neuropsychology Certificate
Alliant International University, Psychopharmacology Coursework
Areas of specialty training, experience, and interest:
Impact of prenatal neurotoxicant exposure (alcohol & other)
Complications of adverse childhood experiences (i.e., ACEs)
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Specific Learning Disorders
Other medical, developmental, and childhood experiences impacting social, emotional, behavioral, and daily function
Dr. Lepage has co-authored several publications and presented posters at conferences. Click here to learn more.