Stacy B. Horner, Ph.D.

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Stacy B. Horner, Ph.D.


Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology

Suffolk University

APA-Accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship

The May Institute (May Behavioral Health), West Roxbury and Fall River, Massachusetts

Postdoctoral Fellowship

South Shore Mental Health, Plymouth, MA

About Dr. Horner

Dr. Horner has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and has worked providing individual, family, and group counseling services as well as diagnostic evaluations across a range of settings (outpatient clinics, hospitals, and schools). Her emphasis is on tailoring services to best meet individual needs, and using an active, solution-focused approach. She has a special interest and research background in Bullying and Cyberbullying as well as developing Child Behavior Management Groups for parents and teachers.

At Metrowest Neuropsychology, Dr. Horner provides assessment services to answer a range of referral questions including, attention and executive functioning problems, learning difficulties, developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorders, social-emotional issues, personality functioning, and cognitive challenges for children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Horner has the unique experience of working outside of school districts in our clinic offices (Westborough and Pembroke) as well as inside via direct consultation with the special education department of several public school districts. As a result, she is well-versed in the IEP / 504 process (including key deadlines, parents’ rights, eligibility determination, and appropriate services). Dr. Horner is also able to provide recommendations for high-stakes testing (SSAT/ISEE, ACT/SAT, GRE/MCAT/LSAT/MBA, etc) and professional development workshops on Bullying and Behavior Management.

In addition to clinical practice, professional development, and research interests, Dr. Horner has been an adjunct instructor at several colleges and universities in the Boston area, for courses on Counseling, Assessment, and Statistics. Dr. Horner is licensed to practice psychology in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. In her spare time, Dr. Horner enjoys spending time with friends and family, home improvement projects, and attending various concert and music events across the country.

Selected publications

Horner, S.B., Fireman, G., & Wang, E. (2010). The relation of student behavior, peer status, race, and gender to decisions about school discipline using CHAID decision trees and regression modeling. Predicting classroom discipline: Student behavior, status, race, and gender. Journal of School Psychology, 48(2), 135 161.

Horner, S., Asher, Y., & Fireman, G. (2015). The impact and response to electronic bullying and traditional bullying among adolescents. Computers in Human Behavior, 49, 288-295.

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