Dr. Stephanie Kohlman, Psy.D.
Dr. Stephanie Kohlman, PsyD, is a clinical neuropsychologist and licensed clinical psychologist (PSY 29306) specialized in the evaluation of complex neuropsychopathology. At Perspectives, Dr. Kohlman conducts neuropsychological assessments, neurofeedback, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for children and adolescents.
Her clinical training has been focused on the treatment of individuals throughout the lifespan, assessing and treating conditions such as attention weaknesses, learning disorders, emotional dysregulation, anxiety, depression, psychosis, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and motor tics. Dr. Kohlman has also administered social skills groups for children, utilizing the empirically-support UCLA Children’s Friendship Group model (PEERS).
Dr. Kohlman has presented at local and international conferences on topics such as understanding executive functioning in college students, the lasting neurocognitive effects of oncology treatment, and executive functioning differences in children with neurodevelopmental disorders. Her doctoral research dissertation focused on the impact of brain tumors on executive functioning and quality of life in adults with primary cancers.
Dr. Kohlman received her doctoral degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a specialization in neuropsychology. She completed her predoctoral internship at Behavioral Health Center of Alhambra Hospital, where she worked with children and adults struggling with severe mental illness. After receiving her doctoral degree, she continued pursuing specialization in neuropsychology, completing a two-year-long post-doctoral fellowship with at a pediatric neuropsychology clinic in Pasadena, California. Dr. Kohlman received her Master’s degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Millikin University in Illinois.