Meghan Tomb, PhD
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Credentials & Experience
- Neurodevelopmental Disorders
- Learning Disabilities
- Child Psychiatry / Psychology
- ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
- Child and Adolescent Psychology
- Developmental Disorder
- Neuropsychological Assessment
- Neuropsychological Testing
- Clinical Neuropsychology
- Neuropsychology Evaluation
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Social Anxiety Disorder
- Relationship Problems
- Stress Management
- Mental Health
- Adjustment Disorder
- Work-Related Stress
Education & Training
- BA, Biology and Psychology double major and pre-med, Wesleyan University
- PhD, Psychology, University of Vermont
About Meghan Tomb
Meghan Tomb is an Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry) at Columbia University Irving Medical Center and Clinical Director of the Promise Program at Columbia.
Dr. Tomb is a child and adolescent psychologist and neuropsychologist. She specializes in comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations of children, adolescents, and young adults with learning, language, attention/executive function, developmental disabilities, and complex medical issues affecting neurocognitive functioning. Evaluations are completed within a developmental framework and often include assessment of social-emotional functioning and co-occurring psychiatric concerns. Her work includes providing ongoing recommendations and consultation for families and educators in developing and implementing appropriate academic, social, and behavioral interventions for children who are evaluated.
Prior to pursuing her PhD, Dr. Tomb worked for a number of years in a research capacity assisting in the implementation, training, and evaluation of effective clinical practices in school-based mental health centers in New York City. She later received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Vermont, where she specialized in childhood and adolescent mental health disorders. She completed her clinical training at Columbia University Irving Medical Center/New York Presbyterian Hospital with a focus on individual and group treatment for anxiety and depression as well as school-based interventions for childhood mental health disorders, particularly children placed within a special education setting. Following her doctoral training, she completed a fellowship in neuropsychology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, and she is currently faculty in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at CUIMC. She sees children and families through the Promise Program as well as Faculty Practice. She supervises trainees in neuropsychological evaluation and psychotherapy and she is a co-mentor for the DeHirsch-Robinson Research Fellow in neuropsychology.
- Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry) at CUMC
- Associate Clinical Director, PROMISE at Columbia
American Psychological Association, American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Society for Clinical Neuropsychology (APA Division 40), National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN)