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


University of Wisconsin


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

  • Epilepsy

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

  • Intellectual Disability

  • Genetic syndromes

  • Brain tumor

  • 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.