Neill Broderick, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist employed by the Department of Pediatrics at the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital and the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center. Prior to her faculty appointment at Vanderbilt, Dr. Broderick completed a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s of Education degree at Vanderbilt University. She then pursued her doctoral degree in Clinical & School Psychology at the University of Virginia. Neill completed a predoctoral internship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute of Johns Hopkins University Medical School before returning to Vanderbilt University for a postdoctoral fellowship. She works with children with autism spectrum disorders and their families in assessment, intervention, and research capacities.
Using Mindfulness to Conquer Parental Stress Now
As the parent of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), life may be filled with emotional ups and downs. Periods of calm can abruptly shift to episodes of intensely challenging behavior that disrupt family equilibrium. Likewise, deeply difficult days can soften to reveal moments of great joy. The chaos of parenting a child with