David A. S. Kaufman, Ph.D., ABPP, is a clinical neuropsychologist and the director of Gateway Neuropsychology, LLC. He is board certified in clinical neuropsychology from the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology. In addition to working with clients at Gateway Neuropsychology, he is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Saint Louis University, where he is active in research, teaching, and clinical training of doctoral students.
Dr. Kaufman received his training in neuropsychology from two of the most established and respected training programs in the nation, earning is Ph.D. from the University of Florida and completing his internship and postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology from the UCLA Semel Institute.
Prior to becoming a psychologist, Dr. Kaufman joined Teach For America and taught high school for five years. He continues to have a passion for teaching and working with students to maximize their potential.
Barbara A. Braddock, Ph.D., SLP-CCC, is a developmental psychologist and speech-language pathologist. She is a specialist in the area of diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorders, and has extensive experience in the delivery of clinical services to this population. She performs standardized assessments of social communication patterns, and has a long-standing history of working with social skill interventions. In addition to working with clients at Gateway Neuropsychology, she is an Assistant Professor at Fontbonne University and works in the intensive early intervention program at Mercy Kids Autism Center. She has also held prior academic appointments at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine and the University of Virginia.
Monica Mills, M.A., LPC, conducts individual and family psychotherapy, specializing in systems family therapy, family-based behavioral therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. Ms. Mills has extensive experience assisting with neuropsychological assessments and Cogmed working memory training with children, adolescents, and adults. Her background also includes crisis intervention and residential treatment with seriously disturbed adolescents and their families.
Ms. Mills received her undergraduate degree from the University of California in Davis, and then received advanced graduate training in clinical and counseling psychology at California State University Sacramento and at Washington University in St. Louis.