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Jerome J. Schultz, Ph.D.

Jerome J. Schultz photo Jerome (Jerry) Schultz is the founding clinical director of the Learning Lab @ Lesley, a program that provides assessment, tutoring, and case management services for children with learning challenges. Formerly a classroom teacher, Schultz is a licensed clinical neuropsychologist who maintained a private practice in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts, for over two decades prior to assuming the post at Lesley University.

Schultz holds a Ph.D. from Boston College, and has completed postdoctoral fellowships in both clinical psychology and pediatric neuropsychology. He has been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and served as a consultant there on the development of a teaching module designed to sensitize young physicians about patients with special needs. Schultz serves as an international consultant on issues related to special education. He has created several award-winning videotapes, and has written many articles about LD and ADHD. Schultz served as vice president of the board of the Learning Disabilities Association of Massachusetts, now known as Learning Disabilities Worldwide.

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