Carly Young obtained her M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University Maryland in 2015. With a background in neuroscience from the University of Delaware, Carly has a breadth of research experience and holds a long standing interest in peer relations and the brain, body, and mind relationship. Carly also has a wide variety of clinical experiences from Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital and Children’s National Hospital including working with inpatient and outpatient pediatric populations experiencing epilepsy, brain injuries, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and related learning and cognitive challenges. Carly’s current clinical interests are collaborating with the neuropsychologists about the whole child/adolescent in order to provide specific and tailored recommendations for their path forward.
When not in the office, Carly enjoys going to restaurants with her friends and family, working out, traveling with her husband and playing with their 2 beautiful cats Luna and Richard Parker.