Loyola University Maryland

Department of Psychology

Julie K. O'Reilly, Psy.D.

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology 
Assessment Coordinator, Psychology Division of the
Loyola Clinical Centers

Offices: 

Clinic  
The Loyola Clinical Centers
5911 York Road, Suite 100
Baltimore, MD  21212
Telephone: 410-617-1206
Fax: 410-617-1203

Campus
Beatty Hall, Room 203
Email: jkoreilly@loyola.edu

Education:

  • B.A., (Broadcast Journalism, Minor in Marketing), Marquette University 
  • M.A., (Clinical Psychology), Georgia School of Professional Psychology 
  • Psy.D., (Clinical Psychology), Georgia School of Professional Psychology 
  • Predoctoral Internship, University of Minnesota Medical School,
        Departments of Pediatric, Pediatric Neurology, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship, Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine 

    Scholarly Interests:

    Neuropsychology; Psychological assessment, training, and supervision; Understanding the impact of congenital and acquired diseases, disorders, and injuries across the lifespan and their impact on an individual's neuropsychological function, particularly brain injury, cancer, and stroke; Transition to adulthood for individuals with chronic conditions.

      Publications:

      Cruz, N., O’Reilly, J., Slomine, B,S. & Salorio, C.F. (2011). Emotional and
           Neuropsychological Profiles of Children with Complex Regional Pain
           Syndrome - Type I in an Inpatient Rehabilitation Setting. Clinical Journal
           of Pain, 27
      , 27-34.

      Ries, J.K., & Scarvalone, S.(2008). Leukemia. In C. French (Ed.), Children
           with Complex Medical Issues in Schools: Neuropsychological descriptions
           and intervention
      (pp. 323-51). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

      Phalon, D., & Ries, J.K. (2008). Spina Bifida. In C. French (Ed.), Children
           with Complex Medical Issues in Schools: Neuropsychological descriptions
           and intervention
      (pp.435-55). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

      Lawless, S.A., Ries, J.K., & Llorente, A.L. (2008). Introduction and
           theoretical foundations.
      In A.M. Llorente (Ed.), Principles of
           Neuropsychological Assessment with Hispanics: Theoretical foundations
           and clinical practice (pp. 1-28). New York: Springer Publishing Company.

      Ries, J.K., Potter, B., & Llorente, A.L. (2008). Rehabilitation. In A.M.
           Llorente (Ed.), Principles of Neuropsychological Assessment with
           Hispanics: Theoretical foundations and clinical practice (pp. 164-179).
           New York: Springer Publishing Company.

      Ries, J., Potter, B., & Llorente, A. M. (2007). Multicultural aspects of
           neuropsychological intervention and rehabilitation.
      In S. Hunter &
           J. D. Donders (Eds.), Pediatric Neuropsychological Intervention: A
           critical review of science and practice. Cambridge: Cambridge
           University Press.

      Zabel, T.A., Ries, J., Mahone, E.M. Demetrides, S., Levey, E., &
           Kinsman, S. (2003). The Kennedy Independence Scales – Spina Bifida
           Version: A parent-report rating scale of adaptive functioning in adolescents
           with Spina Bifida. European Journal of Pediatric Surgery, Dec 13,
           Suppl. 1:S37-9.

      Bachanas, P.J., Morris, M. K., Lewis-Gess, J. K., Sarett-Cuasay, E. J., Sirl, K.,
           Ries, J. K., & Sawyer, M. K. (2002). Predictors of risky sexual behavior in
           African American adolescent girls: Implications for prevention interventions.
           Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 27
      (6), 519-30.

      Course Offerings:

      PY331: Biopsychology
      PY601: Cognitive Assessment with Lab
      PY925: Clinical Applications Assessment