Carolina Neuropsychological Service
Neurocognitive Evaluation & Cognitive Rehabilitation
Specializing in assessment and treatment of brain damage and disorders


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Robert L. Conder Psy.D., FACPN, ABPP-CN & RP, Clinic Director, is a native of Hamlet, NC. After graduating from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dr. Conder 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. Dr. Conder is a founding member of the Sports Neuropsychology Society and an internationally-recognized sports neuropsychologist who works with sports concussions at all levels: high school, college, professional and Olympic. He is the chief neuropsychologist for the Carolina Hurricanes of the National Hockey League. He has published and presented at national and international conferences on Traumatic Brain Injury, Cognitive Rehabilitation, and Sports Concussions. You can email Dr. Conder at


Alanna Adler Conder Psy.D.
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. Dr. Conder is a founding member of the Sports Neuropsychology Society. She has presented nationally and locally on sports concussion management and post-concussion school re-entry. She has co-authored three recent publications in the area of sports concussion. Dr. Conder is a neuropsychologist for the National Hockey League, working with the Carolina Hurricanes. Areas of clinical specialty include child neuropsychology; pediatric brain injury and sports concussion; neurodevelopmental disorders; autism spectrum disorders; and neurocognitive sequelae of medical conditions including epilepsy, perinatal/pediatric stroke, and migraine. You can email Dr. Conder at


Susan E. “Leisa” Leonard, Ph.D.
(formerly Leisa Broadway, Ph.D.) graduated with highest honors and highest distinction 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. Leonard 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. Leonard 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. Leonard has worked with CNS since October 2002 and specializes in adult and geriatric neuropsychology. You can email Dr. Leonard at


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

Andrew S. Preston, Ph.D.
is a child clinical neuropsychologist who works with people from childhood through young adulthood. After earning his Bachelor’s degree from Davidson College, he received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Florida. Dr. Preston completed his internship and post-doctoral fellowship at Brown University Medical School. Dr. Preston has published research in scientific journals and made presentations at numerous professional conferences and to organizations in the community. He is a member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology and the American Psychological Association Division 40 (Neuropsychology). Areas of clinical specialty include pediatric brain injury/concussion, ADHD, seizures, cancer/brain tumors, and other neurological or genetic conditions. You can email Dr. Preston at

Dennis A. Steil, Ph.D., NCSP
is a nationally certified school psychologist who completed the BS and MS degrees in Experimental Psychology at Virginia Tech; the ED.S., degree in School Psychology at Kearney State College (now the University of Nebraska at Kearney); and the Ph.D., degree in School Psychology with a concentration in Pediatrics at the University of Iowa. Dr. Steil has worked and trained in public schools, university counseling centers, and pediatric rehabilitation facilities. He served as Psychologist and Coordinator of Learning Services at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in addition to an appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor in School Psychology. Employed at Carolina Neuropsychological Services for over 8 years, Dr. Steil’s interests include neuropsychological assessment of children and adults and the evaluation of attention and learning disorders of students in post-secondary settings.


Carolina Neuropsychological Service, Inc.
1540 Sunday Drive, Ste 200 · Raleigh, NC 27607
Phone: 919-859-9040 · Fax: 919-859-9030