October 17, 2014
Please welcome Stacey Rice, Ph.D., who has joined NESCA as a Post-Doctoral Fellow.
A 2005 graduate of Rutgers University, she holds a Master of Arts degree in Child Advocacy from Montclair State University and a Master of Education degree in School Psychology from the University of Florida, where in 2013 she also earned her doctorate.
Most recently, she has been a post-doctoral fellow at Mass. General Hospital for Children at North Shore Medical Center, working in their Neurodevelopmental Center and Outpatient Mental Health Clinic.
There, she performed complete psychological, neuropsychological and cognitive evaluations to assess, diagnose and inform treatment for learning, behavioral and psychological disorders. Rice also provided individual psychotherapy using various evidence-based interventions.
In addition to having had specialized training in psychological projective testing, Rice is also experienced in working with children and adolescents with significant psychiatric diagnoses (mood, conduct and thought disorders) as well as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). An Accredited School Suicide Prevention Specialist, she is also certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.