2nd Global Conference on

Addiction Medicine,
Behavioral Health and Psychiatry

October 21-23, 2021 | Online Conference

Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel

Committee Member at Addiction Medicine Conference - Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel
Ann Marie Leonard-Zabel
Curry College & NEALAC Clinic, United States


Dr. Leonard-Zabel is a full professor of Psychology and serves as the Psychology Department Coordinator at Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts, USA. She owns and operates a private clinic specializing in School Psychology/School Neuropsychology and Clinical Forensic Examining, providing assessments, consultation, and training to schools, families, clinics, law firms, and courts locally, nationally, and internationally. She holds diplomat and fellow certificates/certifications in the fields of Neuropsychology, Forensic Counseling and Forensic Examining, Psychotherapy, Addictions, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Clinical Anxiety, Disability Analysis, Brain Coaching and in Homeland Security, among others. The American Psychological Association-Monitor recognized her in the Psychology Journal under the personality and achievement section. She was awarded the Lifetime Career Achievement Award from the American Board of Disability Analysts, of which a select few ever received this honor. Dr. Leonard-Zabel is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Board of School Neuropsychology.  She serves on the Learning Disabilities Worldwide Congress as one of the Board of Directors (LDW). She was the opening Keynote speaker for LDW in London, England. Also, she recently received international awards acknowledging her keynote addresses encompassing school neuropsychological research on assessment approaches involving Autism Spectrum Disorders, Adolescent Addiction, and Traumatic Brain Injury. She also received several international recognition awards for her leadership and collegiality. She conducted TEDx style talks for the IBCCES/ISCRD organizations. She serves on three national and international editorial boards in the areas of Psychology, Psychiatry, and Disability Analysis. She has written articles and chapters in the areas of Mental Health, Addictions, and School Neuropsychology. She was awarded the Curry College "Excellence in Teaching Researcher of the Year" and "Person of the Year" acknowledging excellence in teaching, mentorship, collegiality leadership, and community service. Dr. Leonard-Zabel presents nationally and internationally on an on-going basis.