Dr. Creedon offers her expertise in evaluating children and teens with a variety of presenting issues. She is interested in uncovering an individual’s unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses to best formulate a plan for intervention and success. With experiences providing therapy and assessments, Dr. Creedon looks to bridge the gap between testing data and therapeutic services to develop a clear roadmap for change and deeper of understanding of individual needs. Her goal is help families feel validated and empowered by the evaluation process.
She tailors each assessment to address a range of referral questions, such as developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, learning issues, attention challenges, executive functioning deficits and social-emotional struggles. Dr. Creedon has particular expertise in the impact of social-emotional disorders on cognitive, academic and social skills. She focuses on how systems of care (family, school and community) can address cognitive and learning needs for a child or adolescent based on their strengths and weaknesses. She has worked in a variety of settings including public and charter schools, therapeutic day schools, outpatient clinics, psychiatric emergency services and inpatient settings.
Dr. Creedon was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, and moved to New England to attend Boston College. After conducting clinical research at Children’s Hospital Boston, she completed her doctoral degree at Suffolk University. Dr. Creedon’s training included an APA internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Cambridge Health Alliance, working in both the outpatient and inpatient settings. She is a licensed psychologist in the state of Massachusetts.
Dr. Creedon lives on the South Shore of Massachusetts with her husband and two children. As a family, they enjoy going to the beach and boating on the Cape, cooking and baking together, cheering on the Boston College Eagles and reading.