Sage N. Saxton, Psy.D.
Assistant Professor, Doernbecher Children's Hospital
Department of Pediatrics
Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Clinical, Research, Education
Dr. Saxton earned her doctoral degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2002 in clinical psychology with special emphasis on children. Dr. Saxtons clinical internship was conducted at Georgetown University. Dr. Saxton received post-doctoral training at New York University Child Study Center. Dr. Saxton joined the faculty at the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) in 2004. Dr. Saxton provides psychological evaluations of children and adolescents at the CDRC, focusing on assessment and diagnosis of developmental, behavioral, and emotional disorders. In addition, Dr. Saxton participates in the cochlear implant service and provides evaluations for Developmental Disabilities. Dr. Saxton also has expertise in young children and trauma. Dr. Saxton is involved in a variety of training activities. Dr. Saxton provides direct assessment and/or treatment supervision to psychology practicum students, psychology interns participating in the APA-accredited internship, and post-doctoral psychology fellows. Dr. Saxton provides a number of talks to medical residents, parents, and community health professionals on a variety of topics. Current research projects include examining stress in families of children who are deaf/hard of hearing, executive functioning as it relates to differential diagnoses, and neurocognitive development of patients with chronic kidney disease.
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or Intake Department (503) 494-8095
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