Articles by Jennifer Nosker, MA, LCSW
Jennifer Nosker is a doctoral student studying clinical psychology and neuropsychology at Fielding Graduate University. Prior to entering her doctoral program, she worked as a licensed clinical social worker for eight years in various settings providing clinical services to underserved and underinsured populations in Northern Arizona and Southern and Central California, including Los Angeles and the Salinas Valley regions. Her research interests involve the impact of sleep and fatigue on cognitive functioning and modifiable factors of aging. Jennifer is currently completing two neuropsychology practicums at Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Banner Sun Health Research Center, located in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Jennifer aspires to provide culturally sensitive neuropsychology services across the lifespan.
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