Kelly Janke, PhD, ABPP-CN
Clinical Neuropsychologist, Learning and Development Center
Child Mind Institute
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Kelly Janke, PhD, ABPP-CN is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist in the Learning and Development Center at the Child Mind Institute. Dr. Janke has expertise in neuropsychological assessment from early childhood to young adulthood for a variety of developmental disorders, medical conditions, and social/emotional difficulties. She conducts comprehensive evaluations to identify each child’s unique pattern of strength and weakness and identify empirically supported interventions to optimize learning, social success, and quality of life. Dr. Janke also has specialized training in the treatment of anxiety and habit disorders, including comprehensive behavioral intervention for tics (CBIT).
Dr. Janke’s research has focused on the cognitive and behavioral characteristics of children with genetic disorders, particularly Neurofibromatosis-1. More generally, she has a passion for learning how to best support children’s early development and helping families be empowered to do so.
- Pediatric Neuropsychologist and Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology, Divisions of Cognitive Neuroscience and Child Neurology, Columbia University Medical Center
- Neuropsychology Fellow, Cushing Neuroscience Institute, North Shore-LIJ Medical Center
- Clinical Psychology Intern, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota
- Neuropsychometrist and Psychology Extern, Medical College of Wisconsin
- Graduate Student Assistant, Child Neuropsychology Specialty Clinic & Learning Disability Specialty Clinic, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
- Graduate Student Therapist, Habit Disorder Specialty Clinic & Anxiety Disorder Clinic, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
- PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
- MS, Clinical Psychology, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
- BA, Psychology, Calvin College
- American Board of Professional Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology