Dr. Emily Werner received her Ph.D. in Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Washington, and completed her child-clinical predoctoral internship at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Her training included specialization in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder at the TEACCH Center, and through the University of Washington Autism Program, as well as extensive training in the comprehensive assessment of children and teens with a range of learning, cognitive, attention and executive, social/emotional and behavioral difficulties. She also received additional specialized training in pediatric neuropsychology, and has nearly 20 years experience with assessment of ADHD, Dyslexia, Mood and Anxiety issues, and Learning Disorders, in addition to Autism Spectrum Disorder. Additionally, Dr. Werner is certified in the Early Start Denver Model, a comprehensive behavioral early intervention approach for children with autism. She is currently a clinical psychologist in the Department of Developmental Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital Colorado, where she is part of a multidisciplinary assessment team for children ages 1-18. She has an active role in both research and training in this setting.