Dr. Bolander earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University. She also has undergraduate and graduate degrees in education. Dr. Bolander has had a variety of research, teaching and clinical experiences with both children and adults. Her areas of interest and expertise include psychological testing and treatment related to attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disabilities, behavior and personality disorders, developmental disabilities, autistic spectrum disorder, forensics, and child welfare.
Dr. Bolander is responsible for establishing Mid-Atlantic Behavioral Health as an undergraduate, master’s level, and doctoral training site for behavioral health care. She is currently active at the state and national level for mental health advocacy as a board member of the Delaware Center for Health Innovation and has been involved with obtaining numerous significant grants that were awarded to the state in the areas of mental health and health care reform. Dr. Bolander’s role at Mid-Atlantic Behavioral Health focuses on advocacy, training and supervision of staff and clinicians, administration and overall operations of the practice.
Thus, at this time her clinical practice is very limited and focuses on psychological testing, forensics, consultation, and presenting in her areas of expertise. She is a consultant to numerous psychiatric hospitals, schools, state agencies, and insurance companies.