Laura E. Santerre-Lemmon (she/her)
Clinical Assistant Professor; Director, Developmental Neuropsychology Clinic
Laura Santerre-Lemmon, PhD is Clinic Director of the Developmental Neuropsychology Clinic in the Department of Psychology. The clinic provides comprehensive evaluations of learning disabilities, ADHD and other neurodevelopmental concerns for children, teens and emerging adults. It is part of the Center for Child and Family Psychology, the training center for the department’s APA-accredited doctoral program in Clinical Child Psychology.
Santerre-Lemmon received her PhD in Clinical Child Psychology with a specialization in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Denver, under the mentorship of Dr. Bruce Pennington. She completed her clinical internship at Phoenix Children’s Hospital with an emphasis in pediatric neuropsychology and worked in the Department of Rehabilitation at Children’s Hospital Colorado prior to directing the clinic. Santerre-Lemmon works with families and provides supervision to graduate trainees in the Clinical Child Psychology program. Her primary interests are in neuropsychology and the comprehensive assessment of dyslexia and other learning disabilities, ADHD, and other neurodevelopmental differences.
Because Dr. Santerre-Lemmon is not a tenure line faculty, she does not serve as the primary mentor for graduate students, and therefore does not accept graduate applications.