Dr. Laura Niditch is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in psychological assessment for children, adolescents, and adults. She has particular expertise in anxiety disorders, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and learning disorders. She uses state-of-the-art psychological tests to provide clear diagnoses and thorough explanations for patients’ symptoms. Her assessments include comprehensive, written reports with specific, individually-tailored recommendations. Her mission is to provide each patient with a roadmap to address current concerns and move forward. Dr. Niditch also provides evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). She helps individuals learn new skills to improve how they feel, solve difficult problems, build relationships, and meet personal goals. Her therapeutic style is warm, fun, and collaborative.
Dr. Niditch completed her Ph.D. in school psychology at Tulane University, where she served as coordinator of the university’s psychological services clinic. During graduate school, Dr. Niditch was honored with a prestigious predoctoral fellowship from the National Institute of Mental Health. She received multiple awards and commendations for her achievements and was recognized by the faculty for “the high quality of her academic work, professional accomplishments, research record, and contributions to the field.” Dr. Niditch completed her predoctoral internship in school and clinical psychology at FSU’s Multidisciplinary Center. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship in adult clinical psychology at the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Center of New Orleans.
In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Niditch is an accomplished researcher and educator. She has published several original research articles in peer-reviewed journals and has presented her research at several national conferences. She also serves as an ad hoc peer reviewer for numerous journals. Dr. Niditch has taught both graduate and undergraduate psychology courses at Tulane University, and she maintains an adjunct faculty position in the psychology department.