- Central Michigan University, MI, 2004
- Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Neuropsychology, OH, 2006
I am passionate about working with children and their families to make them feel comfortable by being relatable and approachable. As a mother, I understand the problems and concerns that arise within the social and school environments children are in today.
When I evaluate my patients, I work closely with the family, as well as the child’s social and school systems, to deliver the best care possible.
Dr. Jannel Phillips is a clinical neuropsychologist that specializes in working with children and adolescents with developmental and neurological disorders. She attended Oakland University and Central Michigan University for her graduate training where she specialized in clinical psychology.
She works with children and adolescents who have Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders, learning disorders, hearing and cochlear implants, seizures, congenital cardiac disease and other medically-related complications.
Dr. Phillips enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, camping, and having weekly summer barbecues.
My research interests include Congenital Cardiac Disease, FMRI, genes and outcomes from cochlear implants in infants, longitudinal DTI studies in children treated for Congenital Hydrocephalus, & Spina Bifida.