Our Team


Dr. Stephanie Borjas Clark - Lead Psychologist

Dr. Stephanie Borjas Clark is a licensed clinical psychologist with experience working with children and adolescents. She has experience supporting children with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, disruptive behavior disorders, depression, and anxiety in both school and clinic settings.

Dr. Borjas Clark received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and her doctoral degree in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Throughout her graduate training, Dr. Borjas Clark gained experience working with children and families with a variety of strengths and needs.

Parents and families enjoy working with Dr. Borjas Clark based on her compassion and empathy. She ensures that the families she works with feel supported and understood. She works collaboratively with parents and other professionals to find ways to best support the child.


Dr. Nicole Patterson

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.


Diana Salgado - Psychometrist

Diana Salgado is the dedicated Psychometrist at the Goldman Center, where she supports our clinical psychologists by conducting thorough evaluations. Diana brings a robust background in both clinical and administrative roles within the field of psychology. Since starting her career in 2018, she has worked as a behavioral therapist and later as a scheduling coordinator for ABA companies, which has equipped her with a deep understanding of the needs of families navigating behavioral therapy services.

Diana received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from National Louis University in Chicago, Illinois. Her extensive experience in the ABA field and her educational background have prepared her to effectively support families and ensure they receive the comprehensive care necessary for success.

Families appreciate Diana's enthusiasm and dedication. Her combination of clinical knowledge and administrative expertise ensures that each family feels supported and poised for success. Diana collaborates closely with families and clinical staff, fostering an environment that promotes optimal outcomes for all involved.


Mia DeLasho - Client Coordinator

Mia DeLasho is the Goldman Center client coordinator working with families across all intake, scheduling, and logistical needs throughout the evaluation process. Mia earned her bachelor’s degree in linguistics from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, where she gained extensive administrative experience working for the university’s academic success center. Prior to joining the Goldman team, Mia worked closely with children and families in both the preschool and early childhood developmental settings.

Mia is passionate about helping all families find and access the resources they need to support their child’s development and help them achieve their goals.