Jayne Bellando, Ph.D. (Texas Tech, 1988) Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: DDC diagnostic team, treatment of anxiety and co-morbid autism spectrum disorders; diabetes adherence, adjustment; director and co-director of several state wide educational programs to train healthcare providers seeing patients with ASD and children with special health care needs.


Mark Edwards, Ph.D. (Virginia Tech., 1990) Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: parent training, behavioral assessment and treatment, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, pediatric headache disorders, recurrent abdominal pain, and pediatric behavioral medicine, program development and evaluation.


Larry Evans, Psy.D. (Central Michigan University, 1988; School Psychology Doctorate) Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: psychoeducational assessment, learning disabilities, assessing the hearing impaired, school behavior problems, academic therapy, and behavior therapy.


Shari Gaudette, Ph.D. (University of Utah, 2006) Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: Psychological and developmental assessment, behavioral intervention, congenital heart disease and developmental outcomes, assessment and treatment of medically complex children, disorders of sexual development, and medical crisis and loss/grief.


Tiffany Howell, Ph.D.  (The University of Georgia, Athens, GA; Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, 2012) Areas of interest: Primary clinical emphasis is on Chronic Pain and Treatment Adherence.


Nicholas Long, Ph.D. (University of Georgia, 1985) Pediatric Psychology. Director of Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: Parent education, parent training, parental divorce, and prevention of child behavior problems.


Elizabeth Pulliam, Psy.D. (Nova Southeastern University, 2004). Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: feeding disorders in young children, psychological and educational evaluation, treatment of emotional, behavioral, and adherence concerns in children with medical and/or developmental challenges.


Jeff Snow, Ph.D. (University of Georgia, 1983) Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: neuropsychology, developmental and learning disorders.


Seth Sorenson, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, University of Arizona, 2014) Clinical Neuropsychology. Areas of interest include: Cognitive development, and clinical assessment of neuromedical, neuropsychiatric, and developmental conditions.


Wendy L. Ward, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina—Greensboro, 1996). Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: behavioral management and emotional support of overweight youth, sleep disorders, adjustment to chronic illness, medical crisis and loss/grief, PTSD in response to acute illness/injury.


Janine Watson, Ph.D. (University of Canterbury, 1987) Pediatric Psychology. Areas of interest include: feeding disorders in young children, failure to thrive, and developmental effects of drug exposure.


Brandi Whitaker, Ph.D. (Washington State University, 2011). Pediatric Psychology. Training Director. Areas of interest: health-related quality of life, adherence to treatment and treatment outcomes, chronic pain, obesity, cystic fibrosis, and working with patients with medically complex patients and their families.


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Damon Lipinski, Ph.D. (Associate Professor, University of Memphis 2009). Neuropsychology and Child Clinical Psychology. Areas of Interest: Traumatic Brain Injury, Epilepsy, Neurological Disorders, Learning Disorders and the Multidisciplinary Management of Concussion. He currently directs the SDC Concussion program and multidisciplinary team at UAMS Northwest.


Amy Seay, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas 2010). Pediatric Psychology and Integrated Behavioral Health. Areas of Interest: identifying and treating maladaptive health behaviors, providing behavioral health services for issues related to pediatric health conditions, and addressing emotional and behavioral functioning and promoting health-related quality of life for patients with acute and chronic health conditions. Dr. Seay also has interest in advocacy and policy and currently serves as President of the State Psychological Association.


Amy Seay, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas 2010). Pediatric Psychology and Integrated Behavioral Health. Areas of Interest: identifying and treating maladaptive health behaviors, providing behavioral health services for issues related to pediatric health conditions, and addressing emotional and behavioral functioning and promoting health-related quality of life for patients with acute and chronic health conditions. Dr. Seay also has interest in advocacy and policy and currently serves as President of the State Psychological Association.


Mary Ann Scott, Ph.D., ABPP (Professor, Oklahoma State University 1993). Pediatric Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology. Areas of interest: Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Genetic Disorders, Congenital Heart Disorders, Neuro-oncology, Sensory Impaired Children, and working with medical specialists, families and educational systems to enhance outcomes. She serves as the program director and Section Chief for Schmieding Developmental Center.