Dr. Kelly Lowery is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in pediatric neuropsychology.  She has expertise in the evaluation and management of children and adolescents with Language-Based Learning issues, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Executive Function weakness, and Anxiety.

Most recently, Dr. Lowery’s work has focused on including the use of assistive technology into the assessment and intervention programs of students with learning, emotional, and behavioral challenges. She has worked with individuals, families, and schools to integrate these resources into the classroom.

Dr. Lowery is a graduate of Loyola University in Maryland. She trained and participated in clinical research at the Johns Hopkins Kennedy Krieger Institute in the areas of pediatric neuropsychology, family therapy, and pediatric behavior medicine.

Dr. Lowery completed a postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Neuropsychology and Education Services for Children and Adolescents (NESCA) in Newton, MA. In addition to her clinical work and research, Dr. Lowery has worked in health care policy and administration. She has written for professional journals and books, as well as for a general audience. She regularly lectures to parent and professional groups on topics pertaining to her work, and she routinely consults with schools. Dr. Lowery lives in Boston with her husband and her three daughters.