Dr. Jamie Levine is a postdoctoral fellow who specializes in the treatment and assessment of children and adolescents with social, emotional, and school-related difficulties. She has experience providing individual therapy, group social skills training, and parenting skills training. Additionally, she specializes in psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessment for children and adolescents presenting with various concerns, including learning disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, developmental disorders, and social-emotional and behavioral difficulties. Dr. Levine’s unique training in both school psychology and clinical psychology allows her work with children, families, and the school system to support client’s development and growth.
Dr. Levine graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She earned her Doctoral Degree in School and Clinical Child Psychology from Pace University in New York. She received training at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center’s School-Based Mental Health Center, where she provided evidence-based treatment to children and conducted neuropsychological assessments. She worked in school settings, providing counseling and assessment services and consultation with teachers. She also provided psychotherapeutic and assessment services to children, adolescents, and adults at Nova Southeastern University’s Psychology Services Center and Pace University’s outpatient mental health center.