Tiffany Aronson, Psy.D., is a Senior Psychologist in Clinical Assessment and Diagnostics and the Clinical Assessment Core. Dr. Aronson has extensive experience and expertise in diagnosing young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). She works on several research projects focusing on clinical characterization of infants and toddlers who are at high risk for autism.
Dr. Aronson received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in 2010. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Miami Children’s Hospital and her postdoctoral fellowship in the Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Center at Marcus Autism Center. After fellowship, Dr. Aronson returned to South Florida as the Director of Clinical Services at a nonprofit organization.
She returned to Marcus Autism Center in 2014, where she focuses on diagnosis and treatment planning for young children with ASD.
Dr. Aronson is passionate about working with families affected by autism spectrum disorder, specifically in the areas of assessment and diagnostics.
Diagnosed with autism when he was just a year old, Ryan Cartledge is now 18 with a bright future ahead of him. His father says, "Marcus Autism Center changed Ryan's life."
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