Grandison Carina M. Ph.D

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Assessments and Diagnosis

Dr. Grandison has been in practice over 20 years, conducting neuropsychological assessment of children of all ages with a wide range of neurocognitive, learning and developmental disorders. Most recently she was the Director of the Neuropsychology Assessment Service at Children’s Hospital Oakland. Trained at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, she has practiced at Massachusetts General Hospital and UCSF, and she continues to hold appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor through UCSF Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Grandison is also an Assistant Clinical Professor at UC Berkeley is the Psychology Clinic, where she supervises and teaches. She currently maintains a full time private practice in Berkeley.

  • Full-time private practice in developmental neuropsychology assessment services.
  • Accepting referrals for children and youngsters, ages 0-21 years with various developmental, neurological/medical and learning-related challenges.
  • Saturday appointments.
Languages Qualified to Perform Therapy: Swedish
Specialty Areas of Practice: Asperger’s Syndrome, Assessments: ADD/ADHD, Assessments: Disability, Assessments: Learning disability/school, Assessments: Neuropsychological, Attention Deficit (Hyperactive) Disorder, Autism/PDD, Child and adolescent behaviors, Developmental: Childhood and adolescence, Developmental: Infancy and early childhood, Developmental Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Neuropsychology