Kennedy Krieger Institute

Name of ProgramKennedy Krieger Institute
First Year of APPCN Membership2001
Program AddressBeth S. Slomine, Ph.D., ABPP, Department of Neuropsychology, Kennedy Krieger Institute
707 North Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205
United States
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Director's Name and CredentialsBeth S. Slomine, Ph.D., ABPP
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Director's Phone Number443-923-2725
Program's Primary ContactDirector
Primary Emphasis
  • Pediatric
Program Websitekennedykrieger.org
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Program Phone Number443-923-2725
Program Fax Number443-923-9105
Does Program Interview Applicants at INS?No
Does Program Offer Phone or Video Interviews?Yes
Does Program Offer On-Site Interviews?No
Additional Notes About InterviewsDue to Covid-19, all interviews will take place via video interface this year.
Application DeadlineDecember 20
Residency Start DateSeptember 1
Clinical Neuropsychology Adult Residency Openings For This Cycle0
Clinical Neuropsychology Pediatric Residency Openings For This Cycle3
Clinical Neuropsychology Lifespan Residency Openings For This Cycle0
Clinical Neuropsychology Residents In Program6
Clinical Neuropsychologists Full-Time23
Clinical Neuropsychologists Full-Time With ABPP7
Other Psychologists Full-Time20
Other Psychologists Full-Time With ABPP3
Graduate Training of Residency Applicants (Preferred)clinical psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology
Graduate Training of Residency Applicants (Not Accepted)experimental psychology
Emphases of Training Opportunities (Adult, Moderate)Minor clinical experiences available with adult neuropsychologists; didactic opportunities
Emphases of Training Opportunities (Pediatric, Strong)neuropsychological assessment, interdisciplinary evaluation and treatment planning, school consultation, medical consultation, cognitive rehabilitation, clinical research
Emphases of Training Opportunities (Pediatric, Moderate)consultations, forensics, supervision (by resident) of other providers
Availability of Patient Populations (Pediatric, Strong)pediatric acquired neurological and neurodevelopmental disabilities including; epilepsy, brain tumor, traumatic brain injury, encephalitis, stroke, leukemia, genetic disorders, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, Autism/PDD, ADHD, hearing loss, learning disabilities
Availability of Patient Populations (Pediatric, Moderate)young adult acquired neurological and neurodevelopmental disabilities
Last Updated9/28/20
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