Nicole Kreiser, Ph.D., received her Master’s and doctoral degrees at Virginia Tech. She completed internship training at University of Colorado, Denver, which involved a focus on assessment and treatment of developmental disorders, pediatric sleep, and inpatient pediatric rehabilitation. She then completed a two year postdoctoral residency in clinical child psychology/neurodevelopmental disabilities at Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Kreiser joined Eastern Virginia Medical School in 2016 as an assistant faculty member as part of the Autism Spectrum Disorder Program within EVMS Department of Psychiatry. Areas of clinical focus include psychological assessment, assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder, and use of cognitive behavioral therapy to address psychiatric comorbidities in individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders. Her program of research investigates correlates of psychiatric comorbidity in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Dr. Kreiser also has an interest in family therapy and behavioral parent training, and she has established a Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) clinic within the EVMS Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Kreiser contributes to the education and training of psychology interns, psychiatry residents, and psychology Ph.D. students regarding research design, cognitive behavioral therapy, neurodevelopmental disorders, pediatric neuropsychological assessment, family therapy, and professional development.