Susan M. Douglas, M.S. earned her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College in 1998. During her graduate school career, she completed a two-semester teaching assistantship in masters and doctoral Psychodiagnostics and became interested in neuropsychological assessment, brain injuries, learning disorders, and medical psychology. From 1998 to 2000, Susan worked as a research assistant in the Baltimore Regional Burn Center and the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Then after a year of clinical work as a residential crisis unit manager, she began her employment with NeuroBehavioral Associates. At NeuroBehavioral Associates, Susan feels she has found her niche and intends to continue her career in the concentration of neuropsychological assessment.