Dr. Danielle M. Bronk is the Founder of Neurodevelopmental Health Services. Dr. Bronk has dedicated her career to improving the well-being and development of young people. She works primarily with students from preschool through graduate school and beyond, bringing her depth of experience and neuropsychological perspective to struggling students.
Prior to the establishment of Neurodevelopmental Health Services in 2014, she served as the Director of Clinical Services at the non-profit Kelberman Center for six years. There, she worked closely with the Center’s professionals to deliver a multi-disciplinary model of evaluations and personalized treatment to hundreds of students in Upstate New York.
In 2014, Dr. Bronk created Neurodevelopmental Health Services to expand a model of developmental evaluations. As part of the comprehensive evaluation services offered at NDH, Dr. Bronk conducts independent developmental, psychological, neurodevelopmental and neuropsychological evaluations for individuals across the lifespan using assessment techniques that are current with the latest scientific research.
Dr. Bronk began her career as a pediatric neuropsychology fellow, at the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Healthcare System in Manhasset, NY, where she performed comprehensive outpatient pediatric neuropsychological evaluations addressing various referral questions, including: behavioral and learning disorders; autism spectrum disorders, among others.
Dr. Bronk is a native of New Hartford. She received her bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University. While studying for her doctorate in counseling psychology with a specialization in neuropsychology from Seton Hall University, Dr. Bronk completed training experiences at the NYU Comprehensive Epilepsy Center, Youth Consultation Services, and the Rusk Institute of NYU Medical Center. Dr. Bronk remained at NYU Medical Center’s Rusk Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine for her APA accredited clinical psychology/neuropsychology predoctoral internship. She is board certified in pediatric neuropsychology. She and her husband have two children.