Dr. Endrikat has experience evaluating and providing support services to individuals who learn differently including those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD). Dr. Endrikat holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in School Psychology, and a Doctoral Degree in School Psychology. She is a Licensed Psychologist in the State of New Jersey and New Jersey Certified School Psychologist.
Throughout her graduate training Dr. Endrikat completed practicums in public schools throughout Northern New Jersey. She continued to gain experience as an academic coach for Fairleigh Dickinson University’s COMPASS Program by providing executive functioning support to undergraduates with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Dr. Endrikat went on to complete two fellowships with Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s Rose F. Kennedy Center Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center (RFK CERC). As a psychoeducational therapist, she administered the Wilson Reading Systems and provided remedial strategies and educational therapy techniques to adolescents with learning disabilities. As a Leadership in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Fellow, she received hands-on training in developmental and behavioral pediatrics, special care and general dentistry, medical genetics and genetic counseling, physiatry, psychology, social work, nursing, and other specialties in preparation for a leadership role working with children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and other special needs and their families. Dr. Endrikat then completed her pre-doctoral internship at Sussex County Technical School working with both the Child Study Team as well as in their School-Based Youth Services Program in conducting psychological, educational, and social evaluations and treating adolescents and their families who had a variety of behavioral, emotional, and learning difficulties by providing individual psychotherapy, parent counseling/child guidance, and group therapy.
Dr. Endrikat conducted research at West Chester Institute of Human Development (WIHD) examining the developmental and psychological profile of children in foster care. She has experience presenting these findings at numerous professional conferences as well as in journal publications. Dr. Endrikat is honored to share her continued collaboration with Dr. Jerome Sattler and Dr. Ron Dumont. Specifically, on their textbook Assessment of Children: WISC-V and WPPSI-IV Supplement; primarily Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children—Fifth Edition (WISC-V): Description (Chapter 2) and WISC-V Subtests (Chapter 3). She continues to edit current projects.
In addition to being a part-time member of the Shore Neuropsychology and Behavioral Health community, Dr. Endrikat is a School Psychologist and Child Study Team (CST) Leader at Freehold Township High School. Dr. Endrikat is a member of the CST and engages in group decision-making to determine appropriate services for children to succeed. She conducts evaluations and provides treatment to children with special education needs. She is well-informed of the special education process and timeline outlined in the New Jersey Administrative Code for Special Education (N.J.A.C. 6A:14).