All of our clinicians are committed to the core mission of this practice: providing community-based learning and developmental supports to children and their families. Read more about the members of our team, below.
Joseph Moldover, Psy.D., ABPP/cn
Dr. Joseph Moldover is a developmental neuropsychologist practicing independently in Wellesley, Massachusetts. His interests include the evaluation and management of children and adolescents with learning disorders, developmental disorders, neurological injuries, and psychiatric disabilities.
Dr. Moldover is a graduate of the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University, where he completed dual concentrations in neuropsychology and cognitive behavioral therapy. He also completed graduate level training in health services administration at the Widener University School of Business Administration, and served in clinical research at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Psychopathology Research Unit. Following graduate school, Dr. Moldover completed a postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at the Children’s Evaluation Center, in Newton, MA.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Moldover has written for both professional journals and for a general audience. He regularly presents to parent and professional groups on topics pertaining to his work and consults with patient advocacy organizations and with schools. He has been active in the clinical training of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
Dr. Moldover is President of the Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society; is a member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology; and is a diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Anna R.M. Hebert, Psy.D
Dr. Hebert is a pediatric neuropsychologist who has experience providing consultations, evaluations, and assistance with treatment planning for children, adolescents, and young adults with a variety of learning disabilities and developmental and acquired neuropsychological conditions. Dr. Hebert received her Bachelor’s degree from Bates College, where she majored in Psychology and Educational Studies. Following graduation, Dr. Hebert worked with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders and severe maladaptive behavior at the New England Center for Children. It was there that she gained training and experience in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy. Dr. Hebert completed her graduate education and training at Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, where she specialized in neuropsychology and school psychology. While at Widener, her research focused on nonverbal learning disabilities (NLD). Dr. Hebert completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at Boston Neuropsychological Services (BNS) in Needham.
Jessica Benetti-McQuoid, Ph.D
Dr. Jessica Benetti-McQuoid is a clinical psychologist with specialty training in pediatric neuropsychology. She is experienced in providing comprehensive evaluations for school-aged children, adolescents and young adults presenting with a range of developmental, cognitive, learning, emotional and behavioral challenges. Additionally, Dr. Benetti-McQuoid remains available for ongoing consultation as it pertains to treatment planning. She has presented to numerous parent groups and has participated in clinical training of post-doctoral fellows.
Dr. Benetti-McQuoid completed her undergraduate and graduate education in psychology at Suffolk University. Subsequent to completion of her doctoral program, she obtained advanced clinical training in pediatric neuropsychology at the Children’s Evaluation Center, in Newton, MA. Dr. Benetti-McQuoid has provided evaluative and treatment services in both clinical and educational settings as well as private practice.
Dr. Amelia Lofaro is a pediatric neuropsychologist who provides evaluations for children and young adults with a wide range of developmental and neurological challenges. These include learning disabilities, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, language/communication disorders, concussion, and anxiety/depression. In addition to having training as a school psychologist and using the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2), she also has experience working collaboratively with schools, therapists, and other direct support providers within the context of her evaluations. She takes a systems-based neurodevelopmental approach to her assessments in order to address questions about learning, attention, behavior, memory, and social/emotional wellbeing.
Dr. Lofaro obtained her undergraduate degree from Kenyon College with a major in psychology and concentration in neuroscience. She completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Widener University’s Institute of Graduate Clinical Psychology with concentrations in both neuropsychology and school psychology. Following graduate school, Dr. Lofaro completed post- doctoral fellowships in pediatric neuropsychology at Mass General for Children’s North Shore Medical Center and with Dr. Joseph Moldover and Associates.