About Dr. Lockwood
Lea Lockwood, Ph.D., LICSW (pronouns she/her/hers) was trained as a school psychologist, as well as a social worker who has received additional training to become a licensed psychologist. She also has a certificate of Neuropsychology from Fielding University and specializes in neuropsychological testing in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. Dr. Lockwood has twenty years of experience in the field of psychology and social work.
Dr. Lockwood can evaluate for learning disabilities, provide functional behavioral analyses, and screen for social and emotional functioning (including, but not limited to: anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), and depression. Psychological testing can also assess for dementia, memory functioning and executive dysfunction.
She is also a certified yoga instructor who enjoys teaching how to comfortably move to the next level of physical and spiritual personal growth. She has worked in both traditional and alternative school settings as well as outpatient facilities and has taught social skills in individual and group formats with children, teens and adults.
Dr. Lockwood taught as an adjunct professor in the psychology department at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.
She is available to consult on planning for special education services, accommodations, or response to intervention strategies.
About Dr. McKenna
Kaitlyn McKenna, Psy.D. (pronouns she/her/hers) is a licensed clinical psychologist who obtained her degree from William James College in 2021.
Prior to this she received her master's in couples and family therapy. Previous work includes school-based services, community mental health, and college counseling.
Professional interests include psychological assessments, identity development, interpersonal concerns, life transitions, and community outreach work.
Dr. McKenna utilizes a client-centered and strength-based approach, with an emphasis on each client’s unique background, values, and culture.
Sammy Forever in our Hearts
Sammy was Dr. Lockwood's labradoodle and passed away on May 7, 2023. He is remembered as a kind and sweet soul, who served as a therapy dog for thousands of children, adolescents and adults over the last 8 years.
We miss his presence in the office and love hearing stories from clients about how he made their testing experience easier. That’s what Sammy did. He made everything easier with his fluffy coat and gentle eyes. We will miss our Sam Dog.