Jennifer Strickland has a strong background in early childhood development, assessment, and treatment.
She has conducted neuropsychological tests at the Neuropsychological Institute at the University of Illinois in Chicago, assessing learning difficulties, developmental delay, psychological impact of medical conditions, and ADHD. She also provided psycho-diagnostic evaluations of preschool-aged children with behavior concerns at the Disruptive Behavior Clinic of the University of Illinois, and worked as a testing supervisor within the Chicago Public Schools Gifted Enrichment Academics Program.
Jennifer’s treatment experience has focused on working with issues such as ADHD, disruptive behavior, child and family trauma, anxiety, and childhood depression in parent-child and family therapy. At the Center for Children and Families, Jennifer provides developmental, psycho-educational, and psychological evaluations and counseling services as part of her post-doctoral studies.
Jennifer earned her Ph.D. at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and has co-authored a number of research publications and professional presentations on childhood cognitive and behavior difficulties.
Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology