Who We Are

Neuropsychological Evaluation Service

Who We Are

Dr. Meghan Tomb
Neuropsychologist
Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology at CUIMC
Clinical Director, PROMISE at Columbia

Dr. Meghan Tomb is a child and adolescent psychologist and neuropsychologist. She is an Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, and the clinical director of PROMISE at Columbia. Dr. Tomb received her PhD at the University of Vermont and completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. 

Dr. Tomb specializes in comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations of children, adolescents, and young adults with learning, language, attention/executive function, and developmental disabilities. Evaluations are completed within a developmental framework and often include assessment of social-emotional functioning and co-occurring psychiatric concerns. Her work includes providing ongoing recommendations and consultation for families and educators in developing and implementing appropriate academic, social, and behavioral interventions for children who are evaluated.

Sonel Rowley PhD

Sonel Rowley, PhD

Neuropsychologist
Instructor in Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry)

Dr. Sonel Rowley is a child and adolescent psychologist and neuropsychologist. She is an Instructor in Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry) at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center and a neuropsychologist at PROMISE at Columbia and at the ColumbiaDoctors Neuropsychological Evaluation Service. Dr. Rowley specializes in providing comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations to underserved children and adolescents with learning, language, attention/executive function, and developmental disabilities. Her evaluations integrate students’ cognitive, neuropsychological, academic and social-emotional functioning and include diagnostic impressions and individualized recommendations for appropriate interventions.
 
Dr. Rowley received her doctorate in school psychology from Fordham University. She completed her predoctoral internship in school psychology at The Bronxville School and her postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at The Center for Attention and Learning at Lenox Hill Hospital. Throughout her clinical training, Dr. Rowley honed her skills in neuropsychological assessment by completing pediatric neuropsychology externships at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Lenox Hill Hospital and New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Further, Dr. Rowley’s master’s degree in therapeutic interventions has allowed her to become proficient in multiple evidence-based treatment interventions for children and adolescents with an array of mental health concerns.

Jaclyn Zocca

Jaclyn Zocca, PsyD

Neuropsychologist
Instructor in Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry)

Jaclyn Zocca is an Instructor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry) at Columbia University Irving Medical Center and a licensed clinical psychologist and a neuropsychologist at PROMISE at Columbia and at the ColumbiaDoctors Neuropsychological Evaluation Service.

Dr. Zocca provides comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults experiencing learning, attention/executive functioning, language, and developmental disorders. Dr. Zocca’s evaluations assess aspects of an individual’s academic, neurocognitive, social, and emotional functioning through a culturally sensitive, developmental framework in order to understand each person’s unique strengths and areas of growth. Using this knowledge, Dr. Zocca creates individualized, effective recommendations designed to target areas of academic, neurocognitive, and socioemotional difficulty. She also provides ongoing consultation for families, school personnel, and service providers to ensure that each individual receives the appropriate supports and services to foster growth.