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L. Conder Psy.D., ABPN, ABPP-CN & RP, Clinic Director,
is a native of Hamlet, NC. After graduating from University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he completed a doctorate in clinical
psychology from Baylor University, and then a fellowship in Neuropsychology
and Rehabilitation Psychology at VCU/Medical College of Virginia,
where he also taught. Dr. Conder is board certified in Neuropsychology
and Rehabilitation Psychology and a Fellow of the National Academy
of Neuropsychology and the American College of Professional Neuropsychology.
He is active in the Amateur Radio Emergency Services and a certified
American Red Cross instructor. He has published and presented at
regional and national conferences on neurocognitive evaluations,
cognitive rehabilitation, and forensic evaluation. You can email
Dr. Conder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adler Conder Psy.D., DABPS is a child clinical neuropsychologist
with a background in pediatrics. After graduating from the
University of Rochester, she completed a doctorate in clinical
psychology from Baylor University. Dr. Conder completed her
internship in the Department of Psychiatry at the Medical
College of Virginia, then worked at MCV in the Department
of Pediatrics. She has a Diplomate in child psychology. Areas
of clinical specialty include child neuropsychology; pediatric
brain injury; Neurodevelopmental Deviations; ADHD and LD;
Autism; and cognitive sequelae of medical conditions including
epilepsy, diabetes, and migraine. You can email Dr. Conder
E. "Leisa" BroadwaySusan E. “Leisa” Broadway, Ph.D. graduated
with highest honors from UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in psychology.
She subsequently received a Rotary Foundation International Fellowship
which enabled her to spend a year studying psychology at the University
of St. Andrews – Scotland before beginning graduate school at Fuller
Theological Seminary’s School of Psychology in Pasadena, CA. While at
Fuller, Dr. Broadway was awarded MA degrees in both psychology and theology
as well as a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. As part of her clinical training,
Dr. Broadway completed pre-internships in assessment through UCLA, an APA-approved
internship in geriatrics and neuropsychology at the West Los Angeles Veterans Hospital,
and a post-doctoral fellowship in geriatric psychology and neuropsychology at UCLA’s
Neuropsychiatric Institute and Hospital. She subsequently worked as a licensed
psychologist and coordinator for an assessment service at NPI & H before relocating to
NC. Dr. Broadway has worked with CNS since October 2002. Her interests include adult
neuropsychology and geriatrics.
Cheryl C Citron, Ph.D. completed her
undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Connecticut
at Storrs , and then her MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology at Binghamton
University in New York . She did her internship at Austin State
Hospital in Texas and then worked at the Brown Schools in Austin
for five years as Director of Psychology Services with severely
head injuried patients. Since relocating to Raleigh, Dr. Citron
has volunteered in the public school system for over 10 years,
conducting projects including prevention of head injuries in children,
assessment of school climate, and conducting classroom programs
to teach social skills and problem solving skills. Employed at
Carolina Neuropsychological Services in Raleigh for over ten
years, Dr. Citron is interested in Neuropsychological assessment,
geriatric psychology, skills training, and psychological assessment
and treatment in areas including Tourette's syndrome, ADHD, chronic
pain, bipolar disorder and anxiety disorders.
Bret A. Booth Psy.D.
completed his B.A. in Psychology (biology minor) at the University of Virginia.
He obtained his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Neuropsychology
and Health Psychology from the American School of Professional Psychology in Washington DC.
Dr. Booth completed his APA-approved internship at Broughton Hospital. He has
completed his post-doctoral neuropsychology training at Carolina Neuropsychological Service.
His interests include neuropsychological assessment across the life-span and the association
between psychiatric and neurologic disorders, psychotropic medications, and neurocognitive functioning.
Dr. Booth has a specific interest in assessing and treating both child and adult ADHD, traumatic brain
injury (TBI), and dementia. Dr. Booth can be reached at