Margaret A. DiCarlo, Ph.D.
Dr. Margaret DiCarlo is the owner and co-founder of Neuropsychology Partners, Inc. She achieved her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Saint Louis University, and she completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Brown University, with specialization in Neuropsychology. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor within the Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and she is on the medical staff of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island. In addition, she served on the clinical board of the Rhode Island chapter of the MS Society for over a decade. She has expertise in adolescent, adult and geriatric neuropsychology, with specialties in Learning Disorders, ADHD/ADD, neurodevelopmental disorders, executive functioning weaknesses, traumatic brain injury, concussive injury, stroke, mood and anxiety disorders, Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and dementia.
Thomas J Guilmette, Ph.D., ABPP-CN
Dr. Thomas J. Guilmette, a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist, achieved his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri and completed a clinical psychology internship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and a postdoctoral fellowship in adult and pediatric neuropsychology at Brown Medical School. He is a Professor of Psychology at Providence College and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Dr. Guilmette was formerly director of neuropsychology at Newport, Rhode Island and Fatima Hospitals. He has published over 50 professional articles as well as books and book chapters relevant to neuropsychology. He has expertise in late adolescent, adult and geriatric neuropsychology with particular interest in ADHD, traumatic brain injury, including concussion, diverse neurologic disorders affecting brain function such as stroke, mild cognitive impairment, and dementia.
Shareen Holly, Ph.D.
Dr. Shareen Holly achieved her Ph.D. in School/Applied Child Psychology from McGill University. She completed a predoctoral internship in School Psychology with the Groden Center in Providence, RI, an educational and residential treatment program for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. She completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric and Adolescent Neuropsychology. Dr. Holly specializes in neuropsychological assessment, consultation, and intervention with preschool and school-aged children, adolescents and young adults with Learning Disorders, ADHD/ADD, executive function disorder, neurodevelopmental disorders, intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, emotional and behavioral disorders, and depression and anxiety. Moreover, Dr. Holly provides support in behavioral management and educational planning.
Mary Lynne Kennedy, Ph.D.
Dr. Mary Lynne Kennedy achieved her Ph.D. in School Psychology at The University of Rhode Island, followed by a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at Brown University. She has completed internships and externships within Clinical Neuropsychology at Rhode Island Hospital (with Thomas Guilmette, Ph.D.), within Forensic Neuropsychology (with David Faust, Ph.D.), within the Cranston Public School System, and within an outpatient mental health center in Massachusetts. She has worked in a variety of settings and is currently a Consulting Neuropsychologist to area schools and at Fatima Hospital. She has expertise in Pediatric and Adult Neuropsychology. Her areas of expertise include ADHD, Learning Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Anxiety, Language Disorders and Executive Function Disorders.
Rebecca McLean, Ph.D.
Dr. Rebecca McLean achieved her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Suffolk University. She completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Brown University, with a specialization in pediatric neuropsychology. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor within the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. She has expertise in neuropsychological assessment with preschoolers, school-age children, and college students. She has extensive training in the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS), that has been recognized at the national level. In addition to her expertise in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), her areas of specialty include ADHD/ADD, Learning Disabilities (e.g., Dyslexia), Developmental Delay/Disability, Language Disorders, Intellectual Disability, medical conditions (such as a history of prematurity, genetic conditions) and executive functioning weaknesses. In addition to her clinical practice, she has also published research in these areas.
Stacey G. Warren, Ph.D.
Dr. Stacey Warren achieved her Ph.D. in Psychology (Psychobiology and Human Neuropsychology) from the University of Arizona, completed research postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Illinois and Rutgers University, and a Clinical Neuropsychology fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. She worked for many years in a trauma and rehabilitation hospital, seeing patients from the acute stage of injury through the rehabilitation process. She has also worked with service members who have suffered combat related injuries. Dr. Warren has expertise in adult and geriatric neuropsychology, with special interests in ADHD/ADD, traumatic brain injury, concussion, Lyme disease, stroke, Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), and dementia.
William M. Whelihan, Ph.D., ABPP
Dr. William Whelihan is a co-founder of Neuropsychology Partners, Inc. He is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist who obtained his doctoral degree from Fordham University. He is a Clinical Associate Professor within the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and an Associate Professor at Boston University. He is on the faculty of the Brown University Clinical Psychology Training Program and on the medical staff of Roger Williams Medical Center and the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island. He has clinical expertise and research interests in late adolescent, adult, and geriatric neuropsychology, with specialties in Traumatic Brain Injury, ADHD/ADD, adult neurological disorders, and neurodegenerative disorders/ dementia.