Nadia E. Webb, Psy. D., ABPdN

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Nadia Webb, Psy.D., specializes in the assessment of people with complex neurobehavioral problems, particularly the twice-exceptional and individuals with high abilities who acquire a brain injury. She’s double-boarded in neuropsychology, examined in both child and adult neuropsychology. She is actively licensed as a Clinical Psychology and as a Medical “prescribing” Psychologist with Advanced Practice (LA). She is regularly retained and appointed in civil matters, assisting courts in determining the presence and level of neurological and psychological impairment.

She served as the Executive Director of the American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology for seven years pro bono, and continues to serve as a Board Examiner. She currently volunteers as the Executive Director for the Institute for Social and Applied Neuroscience.

Her awards include a Lifetime Achievement Award from Rutgers University, the Heiser Award for volunteer service to the American Psychological Association, the Governor’s Award for Excellence from Governor Jane Hull (AZ). She served as a Cabinet Advisor for the President of the American Psychological Association, Barry Anton.

Dr. Webb received both her Master’s and doctoral degrees from Rutgers University. She previously was awarded an M.A. in Clinical Psychology (with a focus on family therapy) from New College of California.

Dr. Webb taught for 24 years, including running a Neuropsychology Post-Doctoral program at the Children’s Hospital of New Orleans. She retired from teaching full-time as a Professor from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, but continues to teach and publish.

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