Dr. Nehring graduated from John F. Kennedy University with her Doctor in Psychology.
Her past experience includes working at the Spokane VAMC with Veterans with a wide variety of medical and psychiatric disorders such as traumatic brain injury, cerebral vascular accident, tumor, movement disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, PTSD, and complex medical conditions. Additionally, she worked at the State of California Department of Rehabilitation (CA DOR), where she gained extensive training and experience administering and scoring cognitive, intellectual, academic, and career assessments for a diverse population of individuals with physical, psychological, and cognitive disabilities. She also trained in the neuropsychology department of Highland Hospital in Oakland, CA, where her work included administering, scoring, and interpreting neuropsychological tests. The primary goal in her work at Highland Hospital was the integration of quantitative and qualitative data to inform diagnoses, treatment, and prognosis of individuals from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, suffering from myriad conditions (including traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular accident, epilepsy, dementia, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, the effects of substance abuse, and psychiatric illnesses).
Dr. Nehring completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Optimal Minds Neuropsychology where she evaluated and treated adults and children with various types of nervous system disorders, learning disorders, and sensory processing disorders. She has worked in private practice since 2017, conducting neuropsychological, psychological, and forensic evaluations.