Dr. Ronald S. Federici
Clinic Director/Supervisor Neuropsychological & Family Therapy Associates
- Developmental Neuropsychologist (Specialty in Pediatrics/ Adolescents)
- President/CEO, Care for Children International, Inc.
- Diplomate-American Board of Professional Neuropsychology (ABPN)
- Diplomate-American Board of Medical Psychotherapists (ABMP)
- Diplomate-Fellow in Advanced Psychopharmacology (FICPP)
- Diplomate-American Board of Disability Analysts (ABDA)
- Fellow-American College of Professional Neuropsychology
- Diplomate – American Academy of Behavioral Medicine
Dr. Ronald Federici is regarded as the country’s expert in the neuropsychological evaluation and treatment of children having multi-sensory neurodevelopmental impairments, particularly children who have been adopted, both domestically and internationally. Dr. Federici is called upon to evaluate and treat the most complex cases (typically “second opinion and end of the road cases”) and has an international following. Additionally, Dr. Federici lectures and trains nationally and internationally, and is an accomplished author of his principle book entitled “Help for the Hopeless Child: A Guide for Families (With Special Discussion for Assessing and Treating the Post-Institutionalized Child), Second Edition”, in addition to multiple professional publications. Dr. Federici has worked abroad in institutional settings for over a decade, and leads a team of international adoption medicine experts with goals in comprehensive evaluation and de-institutionalization programs. Dr. Federici provides training, educational work shops and supervision in the areas of severe developmental disorders and raising the post-institutionalized child. He has appeared on multiple television shows, and has been the focus of numerous publications regarding complex children with severe developmental and emotional disorders.
Nadya M. Molina, M.Ed.
Neuropsychological & Family Therapy Associates
Dr. Larissa Malts
Dr. Larissa Malts is a Multi-Lingual Russian-American Trained Clinical Child psychologist who has worked with some of the most challenging child-family cases in both eastern European Orphanages and here in the USA. Dr. Malts has extensive training and clinical experience in the damaging effects of institutional care; violent and uncontrollable behaviors as the result of trauma and deprivation, and conducts ” Dual Language Assessment ” in Russian, Ukrainian and Latvian Languages ( and dialects).
AutismOutreach.Org is a multi-disciplined group of Board Certified Behavioral Analysts who work extensively with families who have children ” on the Autism Spectrum”; or have mild-to-severe behavioral problems ranging from enuresis, encopresis, language delays, sensory issues and Post-Institutional Trauma ( and Traumatic Autism as the result of deprivation and abuse). The expert staff conduct ” In-Home evaluations and Interventions, and liason with school officials to set up the most appropriate Individual Educational Programs for special needs children, especially autistic spectrum and post-institutional cases.