Casey Krueger, PhD

  • Casey E Krueger
  • “I get to make a difference in people's lives.”

I have always been interested in brain-behavior relationships. After working at a summer camp for children with emotional, social, and behavioral difficulties, I knew that this was my passion and calling.

I believe a thoughtful and thorough evaluation is the first step in helping children reach their full potential. My evaluations are aimed at providing a comprehensive understanding of each child in order to facilitate successful interventions and promote self-confidence, independence, and achievement.

I provide neurodevelopmental, psychological, and neuropsychological evaluations for infants and children for diagnostic and treatment planning purposes. I examine cognition, attention, neurodevelopment, learning, social skills, and behavior. In addition to clinical work, I also conduct research and have published multiple scientific articles and book chapters. My research interests include alterations in executive functioning and neurodevelopmental outcomes of children with metabolic disorders.

I am proud to do this work because I get to make a difference in people's lives and help children and families every day.



Work and Education


Portia Bell Hume Center, Concord, CA, 2008


University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 2009