Sarah-Nicole Bostan, M.A., is a psychologist trainee and Ph.D. student in Counseling Psychology at Northeastern University. She has held clinical placements at McLean Hospital’s OCD Institute and research placements at Stanford University’s Cognitive & Systems Neuroscience Laboratory at Stanford Medical School. She obtained her Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy and her Bachelor of Science in Experimental Psychology at University of California, San Diego. She has a professional interest in assessment and extensive experience with neuropsychological testing with children who have developmental delays, with adolescents in schools conducting cognitive, socioemotional, and academic testing, and with adults at a residential hospital with severe and persistent mental illness conducting diagnostic assessments. As part of a newer generation of incoming psychologists, Bostan aims to integrate current psychological research with actual clinical application and hopes to narrow the divide between research and clinical professionals by providing an open dialogue with public consumers regarding advances and pitfalls in psychological assessments.