Kristina Pinto, Ed.D.
Dr. Pinto earned her doctorate in human development and psychology from Harvard University and completed her clinical neuropsychology specialization at Suffolk University. Her training includes clinical assessment and intervention with adolescents and adults at Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital, VA hospitals, the University of Connecticut Health Center, Mass Mental Health Center, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She is also a certified yoga teacher (RYT-200) and has written and presented extensively on gender, culture, and mind-body health.
Dr. Pinto conducts comprehensive, patient-centered neuropsychological evaluations for individuals of ages 14 and older. She specializes in the cognitive and psychiatric challenges associated with ADHD, depression and anxiety, trauma, nonbinary and transgender identities, neurodegenerative conditions, and functional neurological disorders, such as nonepileptic seizures, intermittent paralysis, and subjective cognitive impairment.