Dr. Sharone Gilbert is a New York State – Licensed Psychologist Pediatric Neuropsychologist who has worked with children ages 3 through 18 challenged by developmental, learning and/or emotional difficulties. Dr. Gilbert has private practices on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and on the North Shore of Long Island where she conducts neuropsychological evaluations and parental consultation. Dr. Gilbert specializes in diagnosing expressive and receptive language difficulties, communication disorders, visual processing deficits, nonverbal learning disabilities, developmental disorders, reading disorders, autism spectrum disorders, executive functioning deficits and ADHD.
Dr. Gilbert draws upon her training in clinical and health psychology to understand the impact of acquired or genetic disorders that impact behavior and learning.
How Do ADHD Symptoms Manifest Differently in Girls and Women vs. Boys and Men?
What to look out for and why an early diagnosis is essential. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, surveys have shown that boys are more likely than girls to ever be diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder – 13.2 percent to 5.6...
Does Immaturity Play a Role in ADHD?
Experts suggest behaviors can depend on the environment as well as the child's age. According to the American Psychiatric Association, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder affects approximately 5 percent of children. Typically, it’s initially observed at a...