Dr. Caroline Fulton, PsyD, NCSP
Dr. Fulton is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive training in pediatric and clinical psychology across inpatient, outpatient, and school settings. Dr. Fulton is passionate about working with the early childhood population and has experience evaluating and providing interventions for toddlers and children with ADHD, autism, developmental delays, and mood concerns.
Dr. Fulton received her Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She completed an APA-accredited, predoctoral internship at the Institute of Living in Hartford, Connecticut and a postdoctoral fellowship at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Prior to her doctoral training, Dr. Fulton earned a Master of Education (MEd) and Educational Specialist (EdS) degree in school psychology from the University of Massachusetts Boston, and is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Connecticut.
Dr. Nicole Patterson, PsyD
Dr. Nicole Patterson is a licensed clinical psychologist with experience working with child and adolescent populations. She has experience with a range of developmental disorders and abilities in a variety of high-risk outpatient settings.
Dr. Patterson earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Throughout graduate school, Dr. Patterson worked at Northwestern University for a center focused on best practices relating to treatment for developmental trauma.
Dr. Patterson takes a strengths-based approach when collaboratively working with clients to build skills and social awareness. Regular communication with treatment providers, caregivers, and teachers is at the forefront of her work in providing a continuity of care for clients and their families.
Lukas Bowers is a psychometrician with extensive experience in evaluating children for autism, ADHD, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, and other neurodevelopmental conditions. He assists in the assessment process, evaluating children’s language, cognitive, motor functioning, and social and emotional functioning skills. Lukas earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, where he conducted psychology-focused research. He has also been involved in many hospital-based research studies.
Before joining the Goldman Center team, Lukas worked as a psychometrician at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, collaborating with neuropsychologists and pediatric psychologists to provide diagnoses to clients.
Courtney Everette is a psychometrician with decades of experience in neuropsychological testing and working with individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities. She assists in testing children for autism, ADHD, and other neurodevelopmental conditions. Courtney received her master’s degree in clinical child psychology from DePaul University and a graduate certificate in applied behavior analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She participated in research at the University of Kansas and DePaul University and has published work on the influences of a child’s surrounding environments on their development.
Prior to joining the Goldman Center team, Courtney worked as a mental health counselor, mental health consultant, neuropsychology technician, and lead examiner in the Chicago area.