Angela Bollich, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist at the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders (CASD) in the Neuropsychology Department at Children’s National Health System. In her role at CASD, Dr. Bollich evaluates individuals referred when there is a question of ASD who range in age from 4-21 years of age and present with variable cognitive profiles, ranging for ID to superior, and variable behavioral challenges. Research experience has primarily focused on individuals with language and social challenges. Currently, she divides her time between CASD and a private practice in Prince Frederick Maryland where she sees children, adolescents and adults for evaluation and therapy for problems related to acquired and developmental disorders, including learning disabilities, ADHD, and executive dysfunction as well as problems with emotional functioning.
Dr. Bollich was originally trained as a speech-language pathologist, achieving her MA degree from the University of Florida. After 9 years of practice working primarily with children, she returned for her PhD in Clinical and Health Psychology, specializing in neuropsychology at the University of Florida, with post-doctoral studies at Tulane University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, LA.