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Neuropsychology Division Event - Preparation and Practice of Remote and Remote In-Office Evaluations
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When: Friday, September 18, 2020
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. EST
Where: Zoom Presentation
United States
Contact: NYSPA Central Office
(518) 437-1040

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Preparation and Practice of Remote and Remote In-Office Evaluations 

Hosted by the NYSPA Neuropsychology Division


Friday, September 18, 2020

1:00 - 2:30 p.m. EST


Zoom Presentation
Zoom details to be emailed out to registrants in confirmation email and the morning of the event.

This event will be recorded. The recording will be sent out to all registrants after the event. 


Dominick Auciello, PsyD
Kate Lawlor, PsyD


Drs. Lawlor and Auciello will be reviewing the technical aspects of virtual administration of neuropsychological evaluations using at-home remote and in-office remote formats. They will discuss the technology and procedures they are using to administer tests, some of the necessary work arounds, the pros and cons of remote administration, and some of the challenges and troubleshooting methods that have emerged along the way.


Registration Fees:

Neuropsychology Division Members - Free 

NYSPA Members - $10

NYSPA Student Members - Free

Non-NYSPA Members - $20

Non-NYSPA Member Students - $10


About the Speakers:

Dominick Auciello, PsyD

Dr. Auciello has been practicing neuropsychology for about 20 years, working mostly with children, teens, and adults with LD, AD/HD, ASD, and many other presentations where learning, cognitive, neurological, or social-emotional challenges are impacting upon one's progress at school and other life contexts. Dr. Auciello spent ten years at the NYU Child Study Center where he did his two-year post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology and continued in the role of Clinical Professor. He was among the psychologists and psychiatrist who started the clinical service at the Child Mind Institute. After four years at CMI, he started a private practice in the Union Square area and continues doing neuropsychological evaluations, writing remediation, and training of externs.

Kate Lawlor, PsyD

Dr. Lawlor is a neuropsychologist in private practice at Heights Psychology Collective in Brooklyn. She provides comprehensive evaluations for children, adolescents and adults with complex neurocognitive and social-emotional presentations, including ASD, ADHD, LD, mood and genetic disorders, to assist with diagnostic clarity and targeted support for school, family, and life. Her graduate training included a specialized concentration in neuropsychological evaluations, as well as cognitive and projective assessments. Prior to private practice, Dr. Lawlor has performed evaluations in a variety of settings including mental health court, state psychiatric hospitals, outpatient OPWDD clinics, and as an extern at the Child Mind Institute. At Heights Psychology Collective, Dr. Lawlor and her colleagues aim to provide a nurturing, personalized clinical experience that provides a variety of therapeutic interventions and assessments.