Dr. Matt Richmond is a developmental, child & adult neuropsychologist with more than 20 years’ experience evaluating and treating individuals and families impacted by developmental disabilities, chronic medical conditions, and psychiatric disorders across the lifespan.
Dr. Richmond evaluates and treats patients of all ages from infancy to older adulthood. Dr. Richmond is fluent in Spanish and can provide all testing, assessments, therapy, consultation, and other services in both English and Spanish.
Dr. Richmond holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCS) with specialization in developmental neuropsychology, health psychology, and rehabilitation psychology. Dr. Richmond also holds a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from TCS, a Masters degree in Spanish from Roosevelt University in Chicago, and a Bachelors degree in Psychology & Education Studies from Beloit College in Wisconsin. He completed his pre-doctoral residency at the Pediatric Developmental Center of Advocate Children’s Hospital in Chicago. He completed a postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric & Adult Behavioral Medicine & Neuropsychology affiliated with Northwestern Memorial Medical Group in Chicago. He is a Licensed Psychologist in the states of New Jersey and Illinois, as well as in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Richmond has expertise in the psychosocial and neuropsychological aspects of childhood chronic disease and developmental disabilities affecting individuals and families across the lifespan. He has advanced training in behavioral pediatrics and is an expert in diagnosing and treating infants, young children, adolescents, young adults and older adults with diverse challenges. His experience includes the evaluation and treatment of a variety of developmental and neuropsychiatric conditions, chiefly including Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), as well as genetic issues, and a range of learning, socioemotional, psychiatric and behavioral disorders.
In addition, Dr. Richmond’s specialized training includes evaluating and treating those of all ages presenting with co-morbid developmental and chronic psychiatric concerns. Finally, he has extensive experience and specialty advocating for the rights of children with special needs in the school system and provides consultation and expert witness services to families, IEP teams and attorneys working to meet the needs of students with very complex challenges.
Dr. Richmond is an expert in bilingual assessment and the treatment of children whose first language is Spanish.
· Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
· Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
· Early Childhood Developmental Challenges (prenatal drug/alcohol exposure, premature birth, global delays, regulation – feeding/toileting/behavior)
· Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NVLD)
· Neurocognitive Function in Individuals with Visual or Hearing Impairment
· Gifted/Talented & Twice Exceptional Learners
· Specific Learning Disabilities, Language-Based LD’s & Dyslexia
· Sensory Processing Challenges & Associated Cognitive Challenges
· Neurocognitive Aspects of Speech & Language Issues
· Sleep Disorders
· Genetic Syndromes with Neurobehavioral Manifestations
· Special Education Disputes, Due Process Litigation, Independent Educational Evaluations (IEE’s)
· Transition Across the Lifespan – Especially Upon Graduation from Special Education
· Aging-Related Disorders – Alzheimer’s disease, Vascular Dementia, Etc.
· Non-Age-Related Dementia’s or Cognitive Impairment
· Traumatic Brain Injury
· Standardized Testing Accommodations (SAT/ACT, MCAT/LSAT/GRE/GMAT)
· Psychiatric Comorbidities In Conjunction with the Above or in Isolation
· Developmental Disability & Psychosis
· Developmental Disability & Trauma
All Services offered in English & Spanish!
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