Quadrina Noori is a clinical extern in the Learning and Development Center at the Child Mind Institute. She is a rising fourth-year doctoral candidate in the School Psychology program at Fordham University. Ms. Noori is skilled at utilizing evidence-based strategies to support children and adolescents with a diverse set of challenges, including neurodevelopmental disorders, anxiety disorders and depressive disorders, as well as disruptive, impulse control, and conduct disorders. Her prior experience includes consulting with families and educators to collaboratively problem-solve ways to enhance a child’s academic functioning, helping children navigate parental loss or separation, behavioral management, mindfulness-based techniques, social skills interventions, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Ms. Noori has ample experience working in clinical and school settings. She was previously a clinical extern at the Hagin School Consultation Center, where she conducted psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations for children and adolescents. Additionally, she worked at The School at Columbia University in New York, where she had the opportunity to provide individual and group treatment for students with learning and/or emotional difficulties.
Prior to graduate school, Ms. Noori was an intern at the Substance Use Research Center at Columbia University Medical Center, where she worked on ongoing inpatient and outpatient studies investigating drug use disorders and novel approaches to treating such conditions. Her current research project explores the unique contributions of phonological and morphological awareness in children’s literacy development.
- School Extern, The School at Columbia University
- Clinical Extern, Hagin School Consultation Center
- Research Assistant, Columbia University Medical Center
- PhD (Expected Spring 2023) School Psychology, Fordham University-Graduate
- BA, Psychology, Barnard College of Columbia University