Veronica Zapater-Raberov, Psy.D.
Dr. Zapater-Raberov earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at William James College. During graduate school, she obtained training in clinical neuropsychology at Brigham and Women's Hospital - Division of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology as a practicum student. She completed a pre-doctoral internship at Lynn Community Health Center where she provided therapy for clients ages 8 and up in both English and in Spanish, her native language. Dr. Zapater-Raberov’s research while in graduate school focused on the role that linguistic and cultural differences play in individuals’ performance on neuropsychological evaluations. She completed her post-doctoral clinical training at Boston Neuropsychological Services where she conducted a wide range of psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for school-age students. Currently, Dr. Zapater-Raberov provides private and school-based evaluations to school-age students struggling with learning disorders, attention-deficit disorders, and severe emotional and behavioral problems. Her clinical practice has a focus on bilingual evaluations of Hispanic students. In addition, Dr. Zapater-Raberov is an adjunct professor at William James College where she teaches a course focused on the assessment of the Latinx population.