Certified Pediatric Neuropsychologists In Oklahoma

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Lori Holmquist-Day, Ph.D., ABPdN

Clinical Assistant Professor, Oklahoma City University

Director of Neuropsychological Services, Moore Counseling Center

 

2501 N. Blackwelder

Oklahoma City, OK 73106

Phone: (405) 208-5330 laholmquistday@okcu.edu  

 

Dr. Holmquist-Day obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of San Francisco before completing her graduate degree at the APA accredited program at California School of Professional Psychology where she received her education and specialization in clinical psychology and clinical neuropsychology. She attended the University of Missouri-Columbia Psychology Consortium for her internship, before moving on to the APA accredited neuropsychology postdoctoral training program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) under the directorship of Dr. R. Adams. It was at OUHSC she received her specialized training in pediatric neuropsychology. After graduating from the program, she accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at OUHSC, where she spent six years working full-time as a member of the clinical training team, supervising students, interns, and fellows; in addition to providing direct patient care. Her interests in community advocacy began in 2010 just after she opened her private practice, which became Oklahoma's primer, evidenced-based facility for psychological and neuropsychological assessment and therapeutic services for Oklahoma's children and their families. Before the company was consolidated into Moore Counseling Center in February 2016, Dr. Holmquist-Day served as an officer for Oklahoma Psychology Association (OPA) for five years. Her community service also included assisting the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners for Psychology as an investigator and invited speaker. Dr. Holmquist-Day is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in Psychology at Oklahoma City University in Petree College of Arts & Sciences. She teaches full-time and serves as chair for graduate student theses and dissertation studies. In addition, she maintains a part-time clinical practice in addition to forensic practice. Her primary interests include sport concussion injuries and latent recovery issues; outcomes in mild traumatic brain injury; the clinical utility of neuropsychological measures with specific clinical populations; advocating for the underprivileged in Oklahoma; assisting Oklahoma legislators in mental issues issues; and mental health program development.