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Jennifer Hall-Lande

Psychologist - Ph.D., LP

Ph.D. in Educational Psychology/School Psychology; Minor in Child Psychology
Master’s in Educational Psychology//School Psychology
Bachelor’s in Special Education in Learning Disabilities

Dr. Hall-Lande is a psychologist who certified as both a Clinical Psychologist and a School Psychologist. Dr. Hall-Lande started her career as a Special Education teacher for students with Learning Disabilities and Developmental Disabilities. Dr. Hall-Lande then went on to earn a Masters’ and Ph.D. in Psychology with a focus on educational psychology and child psychology.

Since 2007, she has gained a wealth of experience working with children and young adults in a variety of settings and capacities such as leading special education assessment teams, teaching University courses, mentoring graduate students/interns and professional development seminars for local colleges and school districts, and completing comprehensive clinical evaluations. Dr. Hall-Lande also has clinical expertise in Developmental Delays and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Developmental Disabilities.

In addition to working directly with children, families, and school personnel, Dr. Hall-Lande has significant research. She has presented her research work at local, national, and international conferences. Dr. Hall-Lande has additional research interests in early developmental delays, early identification of developmental delays, and learning and cognition. In 2016 she was selected to be CDC’s Act Early Ambassador to Minnesota promoting early developmental screening and early identification of developmental delays. She has authored and co-authored numerous academic manuscripts and has been a guest speaker on local radio shows such as Mom Enough.