Dr. Stiles received her doctorate in Developmental Psychology from Boston University and completed her pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training in Child Clinical Psychology at Boston Children’s Hospital. Before coming to Georgia, she worked as a psychologist and research associate in the Department of Neurology at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Stiles is passionate about improving the lives of children and families affected by autism and related disabilities and helping each child to reach his or her full potential. She is a strong believer in the importance of individualized treatment planning for each child and their family, based on their unique needs and capacities, identified goals and developmental challenges.
Dr. Stiles has extensive experience in consultation, and in training community providers and school personnel on best practice standards for the treatment and education of children with autism. She has been instrumental in the development of a number of innovative educational and service programs in Georgia and is a regular presenter at local and national conferences on topics related to pediatric neurodevelopmental disability and treatment.
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