Psychology welcomes newest provider
The Jane and John Justin Institute for Mind Health recently welcomed the newest member of the department of Psychology. Agnieszka Mlodnicka, Ph.D., joined the team in April having previously served as senior neuropsychologist at Curect Neuropsychology of Texas. She completed her undergraduate work at Texas A&M University, where she double majored in psychology and biology. She attended City University of New York for her doctorate in clinical psychology, with an emphasis on neuropsychology. She completed her clinical internship at Wake Forest University in N.C., and her post-doctoral training at University of California-Davis. Dr. Mlodnicka brings unique experience from UC Davis in the ReCharge program, part of a seven-year National Institute of Health (NIH) study on environmental factors affecting child health and development. While at UC Davis, she also participated in Mapping Impulsivity's Neurodevelopmental Trajectory (MINT) study, a longitudinal NIH-sponsored project investigating impulsivity in adolescents and young adults.
Dr. Mdlodnicka has concentrated clinical experience and research in the areas of neurodevelopmental disorders and epilepsy. She also is trained in parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) and social skills training for autism spectrum disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The Psychology team welcomes Dr. Mdlodnicka and we look forward to our continued collaborative efforts across the Justin Institute.