Kathryn Page, Ph.D. – Bio
Dr. Kathryn Page writes, trains, advocates and consults on neurodevelopmental issues, primarily Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). She is currently a trainer for the UC Davis Human Services Academy, the mental health coordinator at an agency serving Latinos in Marin County, a consultant for the State of California on FASD-related projects, and a member of the NIAAA Interagency Coordinating Council on FASD. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Center for Psychological Studies in Berkeley and did her internship in the Stanford University Psychiatry Department, specializing in alcohol and drug treatment. Kathy has previously worked as bilingual school psychologist, served on the juvenile drug treatment court team in Santa Clara County as the disabilities consultant, and was the educational disabilities coordinator at that county’s juvenile hall. She co-founded the California State FASD Task Force and was clinical director of two FASD diagnostic clinics.
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