Dr. Jessica Pan Conklin is a licensed psychologist in the state of Georgia with specialization in clinical neuropsychology, child and adolescent psychology, and rehabilitation neuropsychology. She earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts, and completed her specialized clinical training at Emory University/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (internship in pediatric/adult neuropsychology) and Shepherd Center (fellowship in rehabilitation neuropsychology) in Atlanta, Georgia. She has worked extensively with individuals across the lifespan in school, hospital, and community environments, and has expertise in neurodevelopment, attentional and learning difficulties, social and emotional challenges, behavioral dysregulation, as well as sports-related concussions and returning to school and sport following injury. Dr. Conklin takes a collaborative approach to her clinical work and partners with parents, teachers, medical professionals, and rehabilitation providers to promote brain health and overall wellness, as well as foster success across home, academic, and social environments.
Dr. Conklin offers a variety of clinical assessment and treatment services to children, adolescents, and young adults, including comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations, psychoeducational evaluations, post-concussion evaluations, and evidence-based psychotherapy. She also offers parent consultation and training for behavioral management, as well as support for academic and treatment planning.
Areas of expertise include but are not limited to:
- Concussion, post-concussive symptoms, and return to school and sport
- Brain development and brain health across the lifespan
- Attention problems
- Learning and academic problems
- Anxiety, stress, and worries
- Depression and mood problems
- Anger outbursts and behavioral dysregulation
- Social difficulties