Meg Manning, PhD

Dr. Meg Manning is a licensed psychologist who specializes in autism diagnostic evaluations and neurodevelopmental assessments of toddlers and preschool children.  Dr. Manning received her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston.  She completed her training in the Department of Psychiatry and Developmental Medicine Center at Children’s Hospital Boston, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital.

Dr. Manning also conducts neuropsychological assessment for school age children for a wide range of concerns including ADHD, learning disorders, communication disorders, and social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties.  She also attends school meetings, provides parent consultation, and follows children over time as needed.  Dr. Manning is also currently on the faculty at the University of Massachusetts Medical School where she is involved in research on children with autism, intellectual disabilities, and Down syndrome.


Alyssa Orinstein, PhD

Dr. Alyssa Orinstein is a licensed psychologist. She completed her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the University of Connecticut, with concentrations in Child Development and Neuropsychology. She furthered her training at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and at Boston Children's Hospital within the Division of Developmental Medicine. Dr. Orinstein specializes in neurodevelopmental evaluation of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and early school-age children. Dr. Orinstein is also currently on the faculty at Tufts Medical Center, where she provides a range of clinical services to children, families, and young adults.