|Nadia Webb, Psy.D.
Licensed in LA and VA
The Chicago School
325 North Wells St
Chicago, IL 60654
2222 Chartres St.
New Orleans, LA 70117
- Specializes in the assessment of complex neurobehavioral cases, with emphasis in traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress disorder, twice exceptional, and medication consultation with neurologically complex individuals.
- Dr. Webb is double-boarded in neuropsychology, submitting child and adult neuropsychology cases for peer review. She remains in good standing with both the American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology and the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology.
- She is regularly retained and appointed in civil matters, assisting courts in determining the presence and level of neurological and psychological impairments. She has completed competency certification as required by the state of Virginia.
- Dr. Webb is the author of professional books and articles, and lectures on such topics as psychopharmacology, assessment and intervention of gifted and twice exceptional children, and the differentiation of posttraumatic stress disorder from neurotrauma.
- Dr. Webb’s education includes:
- B.A. in Humanities (with honors) from the University of California at Berkeley
- M.A. in Clinical Psychology and Family Therapy from New College of California
- M.A. and a Psy.D. Degree in Clinical Psychology from Rutgers University
- Post-doctoral M.S. in Psychopharmacology from Alliant University
- Her graduate training included a year of funded research in neuroscience and in toxicology. Her doctoral dissertation focused on neurobiological substrates of posttraumatic stress disorder.
- Dr. Webb has been licensed as a Marriage and Family therapist, Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology. She also practices as a licensed Medical “prescribing” Psychologist. Her academic and professional credentials were independently reviewed and accepted by CPQ and the National Register.
- She is the Executive Director of the American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology. She received a governor’s award for improving interagency collaboration for special needs children and remains committed to enhancing children’s lives by working collaboratively across disciplines.