Dr. Grace's approach to patient care is comprehensive and individualized. She gained an extensive history from her patients to be able to design an individualized assessment to their unique concerns/difficulties which allows her to provide the most appropriate neuropsychological diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
Dr. Grace was born and raised in the Rochester area. After attending college at SUNY Oswego and being burned out from the snow, she moved south for her graduate career. She obtained her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology (with a specialization in neuropsychology) from Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, FL. Dr. Grace completed her neuropsychology internship at Emory University School of Medicine/Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, prior to a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at Florida Hospital/Walt Disney Pavilion in Orlando, FL. She returned to the Rochester area with her husband in 2013 to start their family and bring her clinical skills and training to the Rochester area. She has extensive pediatric experience working in multiple neurodevelopmental, medical/neurological, and psychology settings with children as young as toddlers. Her love for working with older adults and the geriatric population stems from her many years of experience working at a state-funded memory center in Florida. She also provides clinical assessment and care to adults who are suffering from a range of neuropsychological concerns.
She enjoys dance, traveling, family time, and outdoor activities.
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