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Juandiego Carmona

Psychology Extern, Autism Center
Child Mind Institute

Juandiego Carmona is a psychology extern in the Autism Center at the Child Mind Institute. He is a doctoral candidate in the School Psychology program at Teachers College, Columbia University and earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of New Hampshire. Juandiego has experience administering comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations to children and adolescents in clinical and school settings. He is specifically interested in working with children and adolescents from minoritized backgrounds with neurodevelopmental disabilities and their families.

Prior to joining the Child Mind Institute, Juandiego was a research coordinator at the University of Connecticut in the Child Language Lab, where he was involved in a multi-pronged research study focused on language-learning in autistic children and youth. While in this position, Juandiego also received formal training in the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2). Currently, as a research assistant in the School Mental Health for Minoritized Youth and Families (SMILE) Lab, he is involved with multiple studies aimed to increase access to culturally-informed mental health care for marginalized youth and adolescents.

Ultimately, Juandiego is interested in pursuing a clinical psychology career working in schools, clinics, and private settings, aimed at expanding access and bringing quality care to neurodiverse children, adolescents, and their families.


  • School Psychology Fieldworker, New York City Department of Education
  • Student Evaluator, Dean Hope Center for Educational and Psychological Services
  • Research Coordinator, University of Connecticut


  • BA, Psychology, University of New Hampshire