Dr. Nina Kayce is a licensed clinical psychologist who works with school-age children, adolescents and young adults. She provides diagnostic interviews, consultations, and evaluations. She has worked with individuals and families dealing with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety and Depression, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), learning difficulties, as well as chronic health issues (e.g., diabetes) in both community and hospital settings. She also has extensive experience working closely with schools and colleges, pediatricians and other professionals to provide consultation regarding her patients' needs. It is her goal to provide a high quality service presented in an informative and easily understood manner. Please contact Dr. Kayce for a complimentary phone consultation to discuss services available for you or your child!
** Please note - Dr. Kayce does NOT provide psychotherapy services **
Parents often seek psychological assessments to:
Dr. Kayce was recently interviewed by Speech and Language Pathologist, Author, and Owner of Washington, D.C. based SpeechKids, Gabriele Nicolet, about her practice and how an assessment can be helpful for your child: https://youtu.be/PbZvLK_-0Co
Using education to reach your career goals:
Talking to your child about the Sandusky sex abuse case:
Being a solo practitioner allows Dr. Kayce to really bond with the families. As a parent, hearing that your child should be evaluated or having concerns about your child can be an overwhelming and sometimes scary experience. Dr. Kayce feels like it is a gift to have the knowledge and experience she has gained as a parent and professional and is happy to guide and support families through the testing process. She will never push families into testing and often recommends other avenues when appropriate (e.g., working with a specialist, starting with therapy first, different evaluations). She frequently consults with schools and therapists before, during and after testing. Once the evaluation is completed, Dr. Kayce will discuss specific recommendations and referrals, if needed. Her practice offers multiple assessment options (ranging between a half day and two full days of testing) and will customize the battery based on your child's specific needs.
Please note that this form is not for emergency purposes. Dr. Kayce will contact you via email or phone during business hours. If you have an emergency, please call 911 or take your child to the emergency room. In addition, the confidentiality of information transmitted over the internet cannot be guaranteed. If you have any concerns, please contact Dr. Kayce directly by phone.