Dr. Danielle McEachern-Dugre is a neuropsychologist and licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in neuropsychological functioning across the lifespan. As a neuropsychologist, her goal is to help people understand how their cognitive abilities, life experiences, and personality interact with their current environment. Her approach to assessment is guided by her clients’ histories and unique needs.
Dr. McEachern-Dugre earned a B.A. degree from Converse College. She holds master’s degrees from Lesley University and the University of Hartford. Her doctoral degree is from the University of Hartford. She completed her predoctoral internship at Utah State Hospital and remained there to complete a two-year APPCN fellowship in neuropsychology. Her postdoctoral training focused on lifespan neuropsychological assessment of individuals with severe mental illness, complex medical issues, and forensic involvement. She completed her postdoctoral research through the Brain Imaging and Behavior Lab at Brigham Young University. She co-led the development of a clinical trial for cognitive remediation with individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia and managed outcome data for a treatment track designed for individuals with schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Dr. McEachern-Dugre also co-led the development of the cognitive remediation program at USH, including the training of multidisciplinary staff on the USH model. She provided training for doctoral interns on culturally competent assessment, assessment of individuals with intellectual disabilities, and the use of effort measures. She has presented her work at the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Columbia University’s Cognitive Remediation in Psychiatry, and the National Academy of Neuropsychology. She has also served as adjunct faculty at Antioch University of New England and Springfield College.