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Dr. Noah Sideman

Being open to change and willing to seek help is the first step towards personal growth and improved daily functioning. I understand that seeking the specific help to meet your needs can be challenging and it is my goal to make the entire process as straightforward and collaborative as possible. Whether you are looking for individual therapy as an adult or for your child, or are interested in a neuropsychological or psychoeducational evaluation to be informed of your or your child’s neurocognitive/academic strengths or weaknesses, I would be honored to assist you throughout this process. 

Much of my early professional experiences have been working with children and adolescents in a therapeutic context. I have worked in behavioral health rehabilitative services (BHRS) throughout PA in various capacities for several years and am a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP) having worked in Bucks County for six years. I have also worked as an educator and taught English to English Language Learners abroad.

I recently received my doctoral degree in School Psychology with a concentration in neuropsychology from The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). In order to obtain a more advanced skill set and expand my training experiences to incorporate the entire lifespan, I spent three years training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital’s Department of Neurology. During that time period, I completed both a Pre-doctoral Internship and a one-year Post-doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology and engaged in clinical fMRI epilepsy research. I continue my involvement at Jefferson as a member of Dr. Joseph Tracy’s Cognitive Neuroscience and Brain Mapping Laboratory.

I have an interest in epilepsy and concussion functional neuroimaging research and have been fortunate enough to present  this research at numerous conferences throughout the country in addition to publishing in peer-reviewed journals. I am inspired by research and actively try to integrate it into my clinical work with clients and my teaching position as an adjunct professor in PCOM’s Psychology Department.

I am happy to continue my training in neuropsychology as a Post-doctoral Resident at The Center, working under the supervision of Dr. Carson-Sacco and Dr. Stone. My interests and areas of specialized training include:

  • Neuropsychological and psychoeducational evaluations for:
    • Concussions/brain injury
    • Neurological impairments
    • Learning disabilities
    • Memory complaints
    • ADHD
    • Gifted services
    • College accommodations
  • Psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults.
  • Concussion assessment, recovery management, and assistance with school reintegration.
  • Consultation and collaboration with educational professionals to help support client behavioral and academic success.
  • Development and implementation of academic, cognitive, and behavioral interventions.
  • Integration of mindfulness based practices into daily life.