Dr. Katelin Carr grew up in the United Kingdom, and she came to the United States to complete her undergraduate degree at Yale University. After college, she conducted research with Dr. Ami Klin at the Yale Child Study Center, where she was the Donald J. Cohen Fellow in Developmental Social Neuroscience. Dr. Carr received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with concentrations in Child Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology from the University of Connecticut, where her advisor was the renowned neuropsychologist and autism expert, Dr. Deborah Fein. During graduate school, she completed specialty training in the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders, as well as in the treatment of complex trauma in children.
Dr. Carr completed her internship with the Greater Hartford Clinical Psychology Internship Consortium. She joined Connecticut Pediatric Neuropsychology Associates in 2014 as a post-doctoral fellow and she received licensure in 2015. Dr. Carr has held an adjunct faculty position at the University of Connecticut, where she has taught graduate level coursework in Pediatric Neuropsychology in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program. She also serves as a practicum supervisor for Clinical Psychology graduate students at UCONN. Dr. Carr provides regular in-service trainings and lectures to local school districts and hospitals. In addition to general neuropsychology, Dr. Carr’s areas of clinical specialty include Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, and childhood trauma.