Jennifer Morrison, PhD, LSSP

Owner, Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Specialist in School Psychology


I consider myself to be a brain detective. I love to work with children and their adult support systems to figure out how a child's brain works, what strengths they possess, and what possible weaknesses may be hindering development. I offer consultation and assessment with a problem-solving focus so that parents can receive high quality evaluation and tailored intervention planning. Most parents really just want to know what to do to help their kids most successfully grow into functional, happy, and productive adults. That is what drives the services that I provide and is the focus of my practice.


My goal when providing such services for children, adolescents, and their families, it to offer a range of experiences from several types of professional placements including school districts, private psychological practice, outpatient clinics, and in-patient children's hospitals. I am able to provide children and their families with a unique perspective and set of skills that emerges from a specialization in neuropsychology combined with an understanding of child development, psychological theory, and special education law. 


My goal when working with any family is to provide consultation, assessment, and treatment planning for a wide range of neurological and developmental problems including history of traumatic brain injury (TBI), brain tumors, infectious diseases such as encephalitis and meningitis, stroke, arteriovenous malformation, anoxia, seizure disorders, genetic disorders (Tuberous Sclerosis, Neurofibromatosis, Fragile X, etc.), Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD-with and without hyperactivity), learning disabilities (including Cross-Battery Assessment/processing strengths and weakness analysis), and autism spectrum disorders.




Marivelisse Rodriguez-Rivera, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Neuropsychologist
Service Provider Kids BRAIN, LLC



The journey to lead our children to an independent fulfilling life is filled with many special moments as well as challenging ones. As parents, we often have questions about their development. Is my boy doing the things a kid his age should be doing? Why is reading/math so difficult for my daughter? I think he could do it if he just tried; can he? What can I do to help her/him? These and many other questions can come up at any time; from their infancy through adolescence. As a pediatric neuropsychologist my job is to help you find answers to questions like these. We work together to make sense of what’s happening and discover how you can help your child as well as treatments and/or school accommodations that he/she may need.

Over the past 10 years, I’ve had the opportunity to serve children and their families in many different settings; outpatient clinics, homes, hospitals, and rehabilitation facilities. It has been a blessing to be part of the “village” that takes care of children with traumatic brain injuries, stroke, spina bifida, encephalitis, cancer, autoimmune diseases, autism, learning disabilities, ADHD, migraines, and many other neurocognitive issues. I look forward to learning about your child’s unique journey.

Dr. Mari earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Ponce School of Medicine. She received her specialized neuropsychology training on internship at New York University Comprehensive Epilepsy Center and a completed a Fellowship in Pediatric Neuropsychology at Our Children’s House at Baylor.

El camino que recorremos para guiar a nuestros hijos a una vida feliz e independiente está lleno de muchos momentos especiales y otros un tanto difíciles. Como padres y madres nos surgen preguntas acerca de su desarrollo. ¿Tiene mi hijo las mismas destrezas que otros niños de su edad? ¿Por qué se le hace tan difícil leer a mi hija? Me parece que podría lograrlo si pusiera más esfuerzo; ¿será cierto? ¿Qué puedo hacer para ayudarle? Estas preguntas pueden surgir en cualquier momento del desarrollo, desde la infancia hasta la adolescencia. Mi trabajo como neuropsicóloga pediátrica es ayudarle a encontrar respuestas a preguntas como esta. Trabajaremos juntos para entender qué es lo que está pasando y descubrir maneras en las que usted puede ayudar a su niño/a, identificar qué tratamientos podrían ser necesarios y qué modificaciones podría necesitar en la escuela.

En los pasados 10 años he tenido la oportunidad de servir a niños y sus familias en distintos lugares; clínicas ambulatorias, hogares, hospitales y unidades de rehabilitación. Ha sido una bendición el poder ser parte de la comunidad que cuida de niños con trauma cerebral, derrames, espina bífida, encefalitis, cáncer, enfermedades autoimunes, autismo, problemas de aprendizaje, TDAH(ADHD), migrañas y muchas otras dificultades neurocognitivas. Cada niño tiene un camino en particular; espero tener la oportunidad de conocer acerca del suyo y acompañarle en el proceso.  

La Dra. Mari posee un doctorado en Psicología Clínica en Ponce School of Medicine. Completó un internado en Neuropsicología en New York University Comprehensive Epilepsy Center y un post-doctorado en Neuropsicología Pediátrica en Our Children’s House at Baylor.




Kathryn (Katy) Caldwell, Ph.D., L.S.S.P.

Licensed Psychologist
Licensed Specialist in School Psychology

Service Provider Kids BRAIN, LLC


I believe that children should have the opportunity to be their best selves. Since we are not all built the same, this can look different for everyone. As a pediatric psychologist, I believe one of the most valuable things I can do is to help children identify how to effectively use their personal strengths when facing challenging circumstances. This can be accomplished through assessment and therapy that is focused on identifying children’s individual needs and then empowering them to use their unique set of strengths to create an environment for success.  

I love working with children and adolescents of all ages providing neuropsychological and psychological assessment, consultation, parent training, and therapy for concerns related to ADHD, autism spectrums disorders, neurological/medical disorders (i.e., seizures, traumatic brain injuries, genetic disorders), learning disabilities, anxiety, depression, and other mood-related disorders. My diverse training has provided me with many opportunities to work with children and adolescents in a variety of settings including schools, outpatient hospitals, and community-based centers. 

Through the assessment process, I strive to provide families with a comprehensive understanding of their child’s functioning, as well as practical recommendations to be utilized across settings. I also believe in a collaborative approach to assessment and therapy, and am willing to work with your child’s medical and/or therapeutic providers, as well as teachers or other school personnel. I view the practice of psychology similar to working a puzzle in which you must first identify all of the pieces before you can understand how they fit together. My role is to help you connect the crucial pieces to the puzzle and give you a map for how to help your child succeed.​

Services for ages 3 years to 19 years

  • Assessment (developmental and neuropsychological only)
  • Consultation
  • Parent Training
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation
  • Teacher Training
  • Professional Development
  • Supervision (post-doctoral)
  • Concussion Baselines, Assessment, and Monitoring
  • Baseline Assessment for Pre- and Post-Stem Cell Treatment Monitoring

Services for 18 to 36 month olds

  • Consultation
  • Screening
  • Autism Evaluation
  • Developmental Baseline

 
















































Services for ages 3 years to 19 years

  • Assessment (developmental and neuropsychological only)
  • Bilingual assessment (Spanish)
  • Consultation
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation
  • Supervision (post-doctoral)
  • Concussion Baselines, Assessment, and Monitoring
  • Baseline Assessment for Pre- and Post-Stem Cell Treatment Monitoring


Services for 18 to 36 month olds

  • Consultation
  • Screening
  • Autism Evaluation (English or Spanish)
  • Developmental Baseline


































































































Services for 24 months to 5 years

  • Consultation
  • Screening
  • Parent Training
  • Autism Evaluation
  • Developmental Baseline


Services for 6 years to 19 years

  • Individual Counseling
  • Parent Training
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Neuropsychological Assessment
  • Consultation
  • Solution-Focused Behavior Intervention