Dr. Cori A.
Scalzo is the Founder and Director of Cognitive Assessment
Services, Inc., which provides comprehensive neuropsychological
evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults.
Scalzo received her undergraduate B.A. in psychology at
Northwestern University, and holds a Ph.D. in Clinical
Psychology from Loyola University Chicago. She has a specialized
training in pediatric neuropsychology, including post-doctoral
training completed at Evanston-Northwestern Hospital. Dr. Scalzo
has also trained at Children’s Memorial Hospital, Cook County
Hospital, and the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Scalzo’s training at UNC Chapel Hill included specialized
training in the assessment and treatment of Autism through TEACCH, initial evaluation and follow-up evaluation of premature
infants through the Special Infant Care Center at Wake Medical
Center, and neuropsychology at the Clinical Center for the Study
of Development and Learning.
Scalzo graduated at the top of her Ph.D. class at Loyola,
receiving the Kobler Award for outstanding scholarship and
service, and at the top of her competitive internship class at
UNC, receiving the Wallach Award for outstanding performance.
Scalzo was an adjunct faculty in the psychology department at
Fordham University, and has taught at Loyola University.
Dr. Scalzo is licensed
in NY and IL and has directed privated neuropsychology practices
in Chicago, IL, and Bronxville, NY.