Jill Ryan, PhD, is a licensed psychologist with specializations in Neuropsychology and Health Psychology. As a private practice neuropsychologist, Dr. Ryan evaluates and diagnoses individuals experiencing changes in cognition and memory. Patients include those with aging issues, learning disabilities, neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., autism, Down syndrome), neurological disorders (e.g., brain injury, Parkinson’s disease), ADHD, and mental illness, among others. Most recently, she has pursued her long-standing interest in working memory by becoming a Cogmed provider site.
Megan Lindgren is a testing specialist. She has worked in many areas of mental health, providing supports and developing services for individuals with severe mental illness and intellectual disabilities. She is pursuing a degree in Africana Studies at University of New Mexico. Interests include her dogs, one of which (Ruby Jewel) is a therapy dog in our office. Meg is also an artist and interested in languages, including Arabic which she is currently studying.
Carol Watts, LISW, is a therapist and Cogmed coach. As a licensed social worker, Carol has worked extensively with individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities and with the elderly. Outside of the office, Carol enjoys spending time with her family, friends, pets and doing yoga.
Christine Bourgeois is Rio Grande Neuroscience’s office manager.
Cece Shantzek is credentialing specialist and assistant to Dr. Ryan. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of New Mexico and is currently a doctoral student in clinical psychology at Fielding Graduate University. She is a certified yoga instructor and enjoys hiking, learning languages, and time with her family.