Dr. Creveling is a dual-licensed clinical and school psychologist who earned her Ph.D. from Tulane University. She has over 25 years of experience helping youth, adults and families dissect the most complex symptoms, devising treatment plans to promote success, conducting comprehensive psychoeducational assessment and providing evidence-based therapeutic interventions. She recently joined Ochsner Hospital for Children’s Michel R. Boh Center for Child Development, where her focus is leading the Learning and Achievements Program. The program is designed to provide both assessment and intervention services to bolster the academic success of children and adolescents. Dr. Creveling and her team strive to identify a student’s individual strengths and weakness and provide a plan of care to support youth within the school setting to optimize their academic potential and be their best selves both in and outside of school. Dr. Creveling holds numerous specialty certifications, is an accomplished researcher, has been a collegiate educator and has been published in several nationally recognized, peer reviewed journals. Dr. Creveling routinely provides in-service training for schools, medical practitioners, and professional organizations about topics related to anxiety and depressive disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, Bipolar Disorder, executive cognition, LGBT advocacy and navigating 1508 compliance, among other topics.