School Psychologist

Stacey Field, Ph.D.

email: s.field@metrowestneuropsych.com | phone: 508.983.1425

Meg Verlicco Psy.D.

Education

Ph.D. in School Psychology

North Carolina State University


Pre-Doctoral Internship

Section of Neurology/Neuropsychology, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston Salem, North Carolina


Postdoctoral Fellowship

Western Connecticut Behavioral Health, Brookfield, Connecticut


About Dr. Field

Dr. Field holds a Ph.D. in School Psychology. Her experience stems from professional service and training across multiple settings, including work within public and private schools, universities, hospital-settings, early intervention programs, residential group homes, community-learning centers and private practice. Dr. Field conducts clinical evaluation to consider various mental health and learning difficulties that affect children, adolescents and young adults. Common referrals questions involve concerns for developmental disorders, learning disabilities, anxiety, oppositionality/defiance, attention/executive difficulties, depression/mood disorders, and trauma. 


Dr. Field’s current areas of interest include neuropsychological assessment and differential diagnosis in children, parent education, and special education advocacy. Dr. Field’s former research has targeted integration of Response to Intervention frameworks with predictors of literacy success. Dr. Field is a HELPS Certified Trainer (Helping Early Literacy with Practice Strategies) and remains active in special education advocacy efforts. In her spare time, Dr. Field enjoys the beach, music and the arts, and spending time with family



Selected Publications

Field, S., Begeny, J. C., Kim, E. K. (2019). Exploring the Relationship between Cognitive Characteristics and Responsiveness to a Tier 3 Reading Fluency Intervention. Reading and Writing Quarterly, DOI: 10.1080/10573569.2018.1553082

 

Begeny, J. C., Levy, R. A., & Field, S. (2018). Using Small-Group Instruction to Improve Students' Reading Fluency: An Evaluation of the Existing Research. Journal of Applied School Psychology, 24, 261-273.

 

Begeny, J. C., Levy, R. A., Hida, R., Norwalk, K., Field, S., Suzuki, H., Soraino-Ferrer, M., Scheunemann, A., Guerrant, M., Clinton, A. & Aguirre Burneo, C. (2018). Geographically representative scholarship and internalization in school and educational psychology: A bibliometric analysis of eight journals from 2002-2016. Journal of School Psychology, 70, 44-63.

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