About Us

AAPdN - The American Academy Of Pediatric Neuropsychology

The American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology (AAPdN) was developed to advocate, educate, and allow for collaboration between individuals and professional specialties with a passion for providing the best for children and adolescents. The American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology (ABPdN) is designed to develop specific academy-organized competency in pediatric neuropsychology. The AAPdN was established in 1996 and has been continuously active through a re-incorporation in March of 2004. Once an individual passes the ABPdN examination and becomes board certified in pediatric neuropsychology, their names are placed in a public directory of Board Certified providers.

Our Mission

The American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology exists to foster a community of pediatric neuropsychologists who meet standards of advanced competency and are committed to continuous learning and advocacy for the neuropsychological health of children and adolescents.

Our Vision

Promoting professional excellence through education and advocacy to improve pediatric neuropsychology health.

Our Values

Competency

Research-informed practice

Interdisciplinary collaboration

Integrity

Compassion

Board of Directors Administration

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Grace A. Mucci, Ph.D., President and Acting Executive Director

Robert Leark, Ph.D., President-Elect

Wilma G. Rosen, Ph.D., Secretary

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Patricia Mittelstadt, Ph.D., Treasurer

Paul Beljan, Ph.D., Member-At-Large

Peter Dodzik, Ph.D., Member-At-Large

Robert J. McCaffrey, Ph.D., Past-President

Gary N. Boutwell, II, Esq., Community Member

Cecil R. Reynolds, Ph.D., Editor-In-Chief, Journal of Pediatric Neuropsychology

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Michael Wolff, Psy.D., Advisor, Students Interested in Pediatric Neuropsychology

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Rebecca Bridges, M.A., President, Students Interested in Pediatric Neuropsychology (SIPN)

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