Dr. Richmond holds a doctorate in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCS) in Chicago with specialization in developmental neuropsychology, health psychology, and rehabilitation psychology. Dr. Richmond also holds a Masters in Clinical Psychology from TCS, a Masters in Spanish from Roosevelt University in Chicago, and Bachelors in Psychology & Education Studies from Beloit College in Wisconsin. He completed his pre-doctoral residency at the Pediatric Developmental Center of Advocate Children’s Hospital in Chicago. He did his formal postdoctoral fellowship training in Pediatric & Adult Behavioral Medicine & Neuropsychology in affiliation with Northwestern University Memorial Medical Group in Chicago.
Dr. Richmond has expertise in the psychosocial and neuropsychological aspects of childhood chronic disease and developmental disability across the lifespan. He has advanced training in behavioral pediatrics with an emphasis on diagnosing and treating infants, young children, adolescents, young adults, and older adults with conditions ranging from autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) to a broad panorama of neurologically-based concerns with attention, learning and behavior.
Dr. Richmond has specialized training in treating infants, children and adults (ages 0-100+) that are presenting with co-morbid developmental and chronic psychiatric concerns. He is also a specialist in advocating for the rights of children with special needs in the school system and provides consultation to families and IEP teams looking to meet the needs of a range of students with very complex needs.
Furthermore, Dr. Richmond is an expert on matters of bilingual assessment and treatment of children whose first language is Spanish.
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