Jennifer L. Huffman, Ph.D., ABPP

Jennifer L. Huffman, Ph.D., ABPP is a licensed clinical psychologist in the State of Michigan (State License) formally trained as a clinical neuropsychologist.  She obtained doctorate and master's degrees in clinical psychology from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.  She secured board certification in Clinical Neuropsychology along with a Pediatric Neuropsychology Subspecialty from the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP Diploma).

 

Dr. Huffman's research focused on psychological factors affecting medical illness while in graduate school.  She taught several undergraduate courses and participated in training practicums at The Center for Forensic Psychiatry and Henry Ford Allegiance Health (formerly Foote Hospital).  She completed an internship at The Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  Following completion of her doctoral degree requirements, Dr. Huffman underwent 2 years of training as a post-doctoral fellow in clinical neuropsychology within the Department of Psychiatry at The University of Michigan Medical Center (UMMC).  As part of her fellowship, she obtained specialized training with children who suffer from pervasive developmental disorders or autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) and hearing impairment.  Upon completion of her fellowship, she served as an associate for the Center for Neuropsychology and Learning (Roger Lauer and Associates) in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

She held a position performing neuropsychological assessments and supervising trainees at Henry Ford Allegiance Neurology in Jackson, Michigan for 13 years, serving as the Manager of the program for 9 years, before devoting all of her professional time to serving patients and conducting medicolegal examinations in private practice in East Lansing, Michigan.  In addition, she served as an adjunct professor in the Department of Psychology at Michigan State University, providing supervision to clinical psychology graduate students conducting neuropsychological assessments at The Psychology Clinic at Michigan State University as well as offering practicum positions to graduate students in the School Psychology doctoral program at Michigan State University.  She maintains an active interest in the latest research in the field of neuropsychology and regularly attends professional conferences.  She holds membership in professional organizations including the American Psychological Association, Michigan Psychological Association, American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology, International Neuropsychological Society, and Jackson County Medical Society.

 

Dr. Huffman's interests in private practice include neuropsychological assessment and intervention of learning, memory, attention, and developmental disorders in children, adolescents, and adults as well as forensic consultation.  She has knowledge of resources within the local community to provide interventions for these disorders.  Such resources may include speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, tutors, performance coaches, psychotherapists, and medical personnel. 

 

Dr. Huffman is committed to ensuring that her patients receive appropriate long-term care and follow-up treatment.

 

 

  Stephanie Allen, B.S.

 

Ms. Allen earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Wayne State University.  As part of her undergraduate training, she completed a field study program at Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit, Michigan working as an advocate for inpatients.  She helped to ensure patient stays were as comfortable as possible and resolved any concerns that arose regarding the hospital or staff.

  

Ms. Allen joined Huffman Psychology staff in August of 2006.  She serves as a highly skilled psychometrist with extensive experience in the administration of neuropsychological tests to patients of all ages.  Ms. Allen also provides a great deal of administrative support at Huffman Psychology and is knowledgeable regarding most aspects of the practice and community resources.

 

Prior to her staff position at Huffman Psychology, Ms. Allen provided customer service in a large office store and cared for small children.

 

 

 Sarah Jamgotch, B.S.

 

Ms. Jamgotch recently completed her undergraduate studies at Michigan State University in Neuroscience, with honors.  As a student, she volunteered at a Psychology lab studying the visual system as it relates to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.  She also worked for the Department of Mathematics at MSU as an Undergraduate Learning Assistant, teaching and tutoring students in various math courses for two years. 

 

Ms. Jamgotch joined Huffman Psychology staff in August of 2018 after earning her undergraduate degree to learn about the practice of neuropsychology as she explores potential careers before applying to graduate school.  She also volunteers at the Olin Health Center Counseling and Psychiatric Services Department, aiding in outreach and clerical services.