Dr. Amelia Rowley
Dr. Rowley is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Health Service Provider. As a clinical psychologist at the Boston Child Study Center, she provides cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) to children and adolescents with anxiety and mood disorders, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) to children with behavior difficulties and their families, as well as parent coaching to parents of children and adolescents with social and emotional difficulties. Dr. Rowley also conducts neuropsychological assessment of children, adolescents, and young adults with a variety of presenting problems, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD), learning difficulties, and other social and emotional challenges.
Dr. Rowley graduated with departmental honors from the University of Miami where she received a Bachelor of Science in psychology. She went on to complete her Master of Science and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL where she trained at the University of Miami Center for Autism and Related Disabilities and the University of Miami Child and Adolescent Mood and Anxiety Treatment Program. Here, she received extensive training in providing evidence-based transdiagnostic treatment to children and adolescents with anxiety and depression. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the May Institute in Randolph, MA where she provided evidence-based assessment and treatment to children and adolescents with ASD and a variety of social and emotional difficulties.
She joins the Boston Child Study Center from Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital’s Lurie Center for Autism, where she completed a post-doctoral neuropsychology fellowship conducting neuropsychological assessments of individuals with ASD and other social and emotional challenges across the lifespan. Beyond her extensive experience in providing and modifying evidence-based treatment and assessment for children and adolescents with ASD and social challenges and their parents, Dr. Rowley has authored several scholarly papers and presentations on anxiety disorders, PCIT, and ASD.