Katie Randall-Sungar, Psy.D.Neuropsychology Department - Counseling
Dr. Katie Randall-Sungar received her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Antioch University of New England (APA-Accredited). She completed her Pre-Doctoral Internship at Aspire (APA Accredited; formerly South Shore Mental Health). At Aspire, she worked as an outpatient clinician specializing in Infant Mental Health assessment and intervention.
To extend her training, Dr. Randall elected to complete a Post-Doctoral Internship at the Mass General for Children satellite clinic at the North Shore Medical Center. She provided Outpatient Pediatric Neuropsychological Evaluations as well as Psychological Assessment and Consultation Services for the Child and Adolescent Inpatient Unit. Dr. Randall was also a co-Primary Investigator researching mental health risk factors for populations served by Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Randall’s passion is conducting Neurodevelopmental and Neuropsychological Evaluations and informing subsequent evidence-based interventions. At ICCD, she provides Neurodevelopmental Assessments for children ages birth to four and Neuropsychological Evaluations for youth ages five through young adulthood. She has special interests in Infant Mental Health, Autism, Trauma-Informed Care, Mood Disorders, and Executive Functioning Development.
Dr. Randall also provides Executive Functioning Coaching Services for children with complex neuropsychological profiles in elementary school, middle school, high school, and college. She is familiar with the inner workings of the Executive Functioning System while simultaneously identifying the most effective strategies for neuropsychologically informed interventions.
Outside of working for ICCD, Dr. Randall enjoys presenting at seminars for APA (2016 & 2019). She is a frequent guest lecturer at Boston College on Pediatric Neuropsychological Assessments and Investigation of Executive Functioning Development. Additionally, she is a “yogi” who enjoys traveling, outdoor sports (e.g., skiing, hiking, rock climbing, kayaking, white water rafting), and learning to speak Turkish.