Kennedy Krieger Institute

APPCN MEMBER SINCE 2001

Baltimore, MD

Beth S. Slomine, Ph.D., ABPP (with ABCN/ABPP Pediatric Subspecialty)
Department of Neuropsychology 
Kennedy Krieger Institute
707 North Broadway 
Baltimore, MD 21205 

Telephone: 443-923-2725
FAX: 443-923-9105
E-mail: slomine@kennedykrieger.org

Information about Kennedy Krieger Institute: http://www.kennedykrieger.org

For a detailed program description click on this link:   www.kennedykrieger.org/neuropsych-training

Program will do interviews at INS in 2018: yes

Policy regarding on-site interviews: None.

2018 application deadline: January 2, 2018
2018 residency start date: Official start date - September 1, 2018

Clinical neuropsychology residency openings for 2018: 3 
Clinical neuropsychology residency positions: 6

Residency/fellowship positions in psychology: 8

Clinical neuropsychologists: 16 Full-time; 0 Consultants 
(11 supervising neuropsychologists)
With ABCN/ABPP: 8 Full-time; 0 Part-time; 0 Consultant
With ABCN/ABPP Pediatric Subspecialty: 4 Full-time; 0 Part-time; 0 Consultant

Other psychologists: 10 Full-time; 1 Part-time; 0 consultants
With ABPP: 2 Full-time; 0 part-time; 0 consultants

Graduate training of residency applicants:

Preferred: clinical psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology
Accepted: 
Not accepted: experimental psychology

Primary emphasis: Pediatric

Emphases of training opportunities:  

Strong: neuropsychological assessment, interdisciplinary evaluation and treatment planning, school consultation, medical consultation, cognitive rehabilitation, clinical research
Moderate: consultations, forensics, supervision (by resident) of other providers
Weak: geriatrics

Availability of patient populations:

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
Moderate: young adult acquired neurological and neurodevelopmental disabilities
Weak: geriatrics, dementia, severe psychopathology

updated 10/9/2017