Rebecca Stetson WernerPh.D., Maine Licensed Psychologist Specializing in Child and Adolescent Psychological Evaluations
Dr. Stetson Werner joined NCMA in the summer of 2019. She earned her B.A. in Psychology and English from Amherst College and her doctoral degree in Clinical Developmental Psychology from Bryn Mawr College. Dr. Stetson Werner completed her pre and postdoctoral clinical training at the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven with a specialty in the psychological assessment and clinical treatment of children and families. She then completed an NIMH funded postdoctoral research fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center investigating the social development and understanding of young children in both typically developing and high-risk samples. For a number of years, while her own children were young, Dr. Stetson Werner published essays about parenting and child development, using her background as a clinician and researcher to inform her writing. In joining NCMA, she has been excited to be able to use her extensive training in developmental and psychological assessment across the lifespan, beginning as a neuropsychological testing assistant to the other NCMA Neuropsychologists. More recently, reengaging in her own clinical work as a Psychologist at NCMA, she works with individuals across the lifespan with an emphasis on the assessment of young and school-aged children with developmental, educational, psychiatric, and behavioral needs. Dr. Stetson Werner lives in Portland with her family and enjoys hiking, cross country skiing, and exploring Maine with them.