Madison Neuropsychological Services, LLC
Madison Neuropsychological Services, LLC is dedicated to providing comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for patients across the lifespan in efforts to seek diagnostic clarification and inform treatment recommendations. We value each person as a unique individual and tailor our assessment sessions to meet the needs of each patient. We aim to provide compassionate and prompt services to patients, their families/caregivers, and referring providers.
Sarah E. Porter, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist and Clinic Owner
Dr. Sarah Porter received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology, with a concentration in health and neuropsychology, from the American School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Porter has extensive experience and training in the field of neuropsychology, in which she successfully completed an accredited residency as well as a two-year post-doctoral fellowship focusing on comprehensive diagnostic assessment and treatment of complex neurologic, medical, and psychiatric disorders in pediatric and adult populations. Dr. Porter also has experience working with active duty military personnel and veterans in inpatient VA settings and outpatient mental health clinics. Professional affiliations include: The National Register of Health Service Psychologists, The National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN), The American Psychological Association Society for Clinical Neuropsychology (SCN40). Dr. Porter also serves on the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin
Outside of the office, Dr. Porter enjoys yoga, cooking, exploring nature/the outdoors, and spending time with her family.
Megan Trask, Ph.D., Post-Doctoral Fellow
Dr. Megan Trask is a postdoctoral fellow at Madison Neuropsychological Services, LLC. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology with a concentration in clinical child and adolescent psychology from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. She also completed a predoctoral internship in clinical psychology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
During her graduate school and internship training, Dr. Trask gained extensive experience performing psychological evaluations with youth and adults presenting with a range of concerns. Furthermore, she has received specialized training in providing psychotherapy and consultation services to children and adolescents. Dr. Trask has worked in a variety of settings, including primary care clinics, community mental health centers, schools, hospitals, and university-affiliated outpatient clinics. She is eager to continue her training by conducting neuropsychological assessments as a postdoctoral fellow.
In her spare time, Dr. Trask enjoys reading, exercising, cooking, and playing the piano.
JaNae Teer, EdS., Advanced Practica Student
JaNae E. Teer is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP). She earned her Educational Specialist degree (EdS) from Northern
Arizona University and completed her school-based internship in Jacksonville, North Carolina. While interning, she became certified as a pediatric traumatic brain injury evaluator through the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Post-graduation, she practiced in the school setting for three years serving pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students. Presently, she is pursuing her PhD in educational psychology with a concentration in school psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is completing her fourth doctoral practica experience at Madison Neuropsychological Services (MNS). Prior to serving at MNS, JaNae completed placements at Crossroads Counseling (adolescent day treatment program), Glassman Neuropsychology Associates LLC, and the Medical College of Wisconsin’s pediatric neuropsychology clinical.
JaNae is primarily interested in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health disorders particularly depression and anxiety among the child and adolescent populations. She is professionally affiliated with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) and the Wisconsin Psychological Association (WPA).
Beyond the academic and clinical settings, JaNae loves spending time with her family and recently welcomed a son, Brece, in February of 2019. She enjoys traveling, visiting her parents at Leech Lake in Minnesota, practicing yoga, reading, drinking Starbucks lattes, taking walks with her son, cat, and husband; and sleeping!
Taylor Dorlack, Practica Student
Taylor Dorlack is a psychology trainee at Madison Neuropsychological Services, LLC. She is currently completing her Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a concentration in autism and neurodevelopmental disorders. Throughout her training, Taylor has gained extensive experience conducting psychological evaluations with children and adolescents, as well as providing intervention and consultation services to children, adolescents, and families.
Taylor has worked in a variety of settings, including university-affiliated diagnostic and treatment clinics, research laboratories, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and schools. She is excited to continue her training by learning how to conduct new neuropsychological measures and building her assessment repertoire.
In her spare time, Taylor enjoys taking Zumba and yoga classes, hiking outdoors, baking, and spending time with her family and friends.
Xiaoxu Rong, Practica Student
Xiaoxu is a graduate student intern at Madison Neuropsychological Services. She is a second-year master’s student studying in the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling program at UW-Madison. She has completed two supervised practicums at a neuropsychology agency and a student support association. Working with children and adolescents living with disabilities, she has developed skills in counseling, strengths-based assessment, and treatment planning. She values helping clients achieve independent living. During her graduate study, she has developed a research interest in children’s brain development. She is eager to build a better understanding of children’s neurodevelopment by observing neuropsychological assessments and investigating literature about various neurodevelopmental disorders. In her spare time, Xiaoxu enjoys exercising, playing video games, and watching animation and manga.
Jessica Collins, BSc., Office Manager
Jessica Collins is the office manager for Madison Neuropsychological Services. She assists with day-to-day office operations. Jessica also coordinates scheduling for new patients.
She received her Bachelor in Science in Psychology from the University of Nottingham, UK. Following college, she completed postgraduate training in education at the University of Southampton. Jessica has worked in education and advocacy roles for both families and survivors of domestic abuse. She relocated from the United Kingdom to Madison, Wisconsin in 2013.
In her free time, Jessica enjoys spending time with her family, reading, traveling and music.