Dr. Lindsay Heath is a licensed clinical psychologist who provides psychological and neuropsychological evaluations and forensic evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults. Her essential treatment goals are to determine an accurate diagnosis and to provide customized recommendations for each individual client which may be used in a variety of settings, including home, community, work, and school.
Dr. Heath completed her undergraduate degree at Purdue University, after which she spent a year in Quito, Ecuador where she developed fluency in Spanish as well as an understanding of the difficulties facing cross-cultural residents. She earned her Doctorate in School Psychology at the University of Florida and completed her post-doctoral residency with a specialization in Neuropsychology at Dartmouth Medical School.
Through her training and vast experience, Dr. Heath has developed effective assessment and consultation skills with clients of all ages. She has a passion for working with both children and adults with autism and related disorders. Additionally, she has extensive experience assessing children’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses and using that information to provide recommendations to help them succeed. Her school psychology background allows her to communicate effectively with educators in order to help with special education and 504 eligibility requirements, as well as strategies that help enable academic success.
Dr. Heath’s areas of expertise include traumatic brain injury, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, placement evaluations for adults with disabilities, and forensic evaluation.