Renee Lajiness-O’Neill, PhD.
At the Oakland Neuropsychology Center, Dr. Lajiness-O’Neill conducts independent medical examinations (IME).
Dr. Lajiness-O’Neill is a pediatric neuropsychologist with expertise in developmental psychopathology and acquired disorders of childhood such as traumatic brain injury. She specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of individuals with developmental, learning, and behavioral difficulties. She conducts independent medical examinations (IME) to characterize children’s cognitive and neurobehavioral strengths and weaknesses following injury or illness.
Her clinical and research interest is in the identification of risk and predictors of neurodevelopmental disorders, specifically autism spectrum disorders (ASD), language-based learning disability, and ADHD. In addition to conducting IME, she is currently an Associate Professor of psychology at Eastern Michigan University.
Dr. Lajiness-O’Neill completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology with dual specialization in neuropsychology and child clinical psychology at Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. She completed her internship at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City and a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical and Research Neuropsychology from the University of Michigan Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry.