Dr. Jessica Geragosian is a Licensed Psychologist in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. She has a wide range of clinical experience – in hospital, school and clinic settings – working with children and adolescents presenting with a wide range of cognitive, learning, social, and psychological challenges.
Dr. Geragosian operates under the primary belief that all children want to, and can be, successful. The primary goal of her work is to identify the child’s innate strengths, and find any underlying vulnerabilities preventing a child from achieving success. Whether the primary problem is an inability to acquire academic skills, maintain friendships, control emotions, or regulate behavior to meet expectations; she takes a holistic approach to understand the complex interplay of developmental, neurological, and psychological factors contributing to a child’s presenting challenges.
Dr. Geragosian earned her doctoral degree from William James University, before completing postgraduate training in pediatric neuropsychology at the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children at North Shore Medical Center, where a focus of her work was neuropsychological assessment of young children with developmental challenges.
Dr. Geragosian lives in Boston with her husband, and her husky, Niko. In her free time, she enjoys hip-hop spinning classes, Netflix, running with Niko, and spending time with her friends and family.
Dr. Geragosian’s blog posts for NESCA News:
- Sit Down with Jessica Geragosian, Pediatric Neuropsychologist
- Smart and Slow: What is a processing speed deficit? How can evaluation help?
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