Keynotes & Workshops
A LITTLE ABOUT
DR. KAREN I. WILSON
Dr. Karen Wilson is a Clinical Neuropsychologist, Director of West LA Neuropsychology, and an Assistant Clinical Professor (Voluntary) in the Medical Psychology Assessment Center at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Behavior at UCLA. Dr. Wilson specializes in the assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders in children and adolescents, and she has extensive experience evaluating children and adults who present with neurological, medical and psychiatric disorders. She is also the Founder of ChildNEXUS.com, a web application that provides information to parents who have children struggling with neurodevelopmental or social-emotional issues.
Dr. Karen Wilson has shared her expertise in a broad range of media outlets: television, radio, podcasts, print, and online. She is a sought after expert speaker and has been invited to address a multitude of audiences including parenting groups, educators, and professionals attending national conferences. She has been recognized by California State University, Dominguez Hills as an exceptional scholar and educator who is among the most distinguished experts in her field.
Dr. Wilson has a caring approach, and she is personable, insightful, informative and engaging. She is available for consultation as an expert on a range of psychological and neuropsychological issues.
Available Speaking Topics
- Identifying learning disabilities and processing disorders in children and adolescents
- Supporting your child’s developing brain: from language to executive functioninig
- Understanding the adolescent brain
- Executive functioning in children and adolescents
- How understanding brain development can help guide the transition to college
- The assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders in children & adolescents
- Neuropsychological assessment of children & adolescents
- The neurobiology of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
- Helping children transition from preschool to elementary school
- Sleep quality and risk behaviors in college students