Biographical Sketches

Cheryl Colvin, Ph.D.

Dr. Colvin received her bachelor’s degree from Binghamton University in New York and her graduate training at the health science center at the University of Florida. Her internship and fellowship were at Schneider Children’s Hospital – Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York. Her training included an array of experiences in assessment and psychotherapy, health-related research, and cognitive-behavioral and family therapies. Dr. Colvin’s training included experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. While specializing in children, teenagers, and families, Dr. Colvin also has training and experience working with adults.

After fellowship, Dr. Colvin moved with her husband to Columbus, Ohio. After a brief time in private practice, Dr. Colvin worked at Children’s Hospital, where she was responsible for health psychology consultation services, assessments, and outpatient psychotherapy. She also taught and supervised the work of psychology interns. She later transferred to the Children’s Close to Home Centers. There she continued to supervise and train, provide psychotherapy and assessment for children and teenagers, and she worked in an outpatient headache clinic.

After leaving the Close to Home Centers, Dr. Colvin began a private practice that focuses on the treatment of children, teenagers, and families.

Andrew N. Colvin, Ph.D., ABPP-CN

Dr. Colvin received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from the Ohio State University, and his doctorate in clinical and health psychology, with a focus in neuropsychology, from the University of Florida. He interned at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York and then returned to Columbus for postdoctoral training in pediatric neuropsychology at Children’s Hospital.

After training, Dr. Colvin joined the staff of Children’s Hospital as a neuropsychologist and clinical assistant professor of pediatrics. He provided neuropsychological examinations, as well as training and supervision of graduate students, psychology interns and postdoctoral fellows. He also was the director of the Psychology Department’s internship training program.

Dr. Colvin has published work in the areas of motor skill learning, nonverbal learning disability, and executive functions. More recently, he worked on research that investigated the relationships that chronic headaches such as migraines have with behavior and mood. He also investigated measures of childhood behavior, and of customer satisfaction with neuropsychological evaluations.

Dr. Colvin in now in private practice and is board-certified in clinical neuropsychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP).

The Colvins live in a suburb of Columbus with their two daughters and their dog. They are both actively involved in the community and with their girls many pursuits.

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