Dr. Caleb P. Peck is a board certified neuropsychologist and the Director at Clarus Health Alliance. He was previously at the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital where he worked in the Memory Disorders Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, and Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. In addition to clinical work, Dr. Peck was Director of the Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology. Dr. Peck completed his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Wheaton College in Illinois. He completed his predoctoral internship at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and his postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Florida Health Science Center.
Dr. Peck works predominantly with adult and geriatric patients. He is also an expert in the forensic application of neuropsychological assessment. He has presented at national and international conferences and has published on topics of malingering, symptom validity, and conversion disorders. Dr. Peck is a community affiliate staff member at Hartford Hospital, the Institute of Living, and Lawrence+Memorial Hospital. He holds an academic appointment of Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.
Dr. Jill Dorflinger is the Associate Director at Clarus Health Alliance and a board-certified pediatric neuropsychologist specializing in the neuropsychological assessment of children ages 6 months through 18 years who are presenting with a variety of educational, developmental, neurological and psychiatric issues. Dr. Dorflinger completed a Ph.D. at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois. Her predoctoral internship was at the West Virginia University College of Medicine in Morgantown, WV, and her speciality postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology was at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago. Prior to joining Clarus Health Alliance, Dr. Dorflinger was the Director of Neuropsychology Training and a pediatric neuropsychologist at the Amita Health Neurosciences Institute, Center for Pediatric Brain in the Chicagoland area.
Dr. Dorflinger regularly presents research at national and international conferences. She is widely published in a variety of journals, including the Journal of Pediatric Neuropsychology, Neuroimage, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Behavioral Neuroscience, and the Journal of Neuroendocrinology.
Dr. Amy Masse is a lifespan neuropsychologist specializing in the assessment of individuals aged 12 and older. Her background is in behavioral neurology and neuroscience research, and she is published in a variety of journals, including Neuroscience. Dr. Masse earned her Psy.D. at the University of Hartford and then completed a predoctoral internship in pediatric psychology at the Institute of Living/CCMC, where she remained and graduated from the 2-year clinical neuropsychology postdoctoral fellowship (IOL/Hartford Hospital). In addition to her work at Clarus, Dr. Masse provides consulting work in the Trauma, Medicine, and Comprehensive Stroke Units at Hartford Hospital. She also mentors graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in clinical neuropsychology and holds an academic appointment of Clinical Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.
Dr. Lyssa Micheel is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the psychological treatment of adolescents and young adults. Dr. Micheel earned her Psy.D. at the University of Hartford Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology and then completed a predoctoral internship in child/adolescent psychology at the Institute of Living/Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, where she remained and also completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute of Living Grace Webb School. Her previous research has included topics of racial differences in diagnosis, as well as microaggressions in media. Dr. Micheel emphasizes the importance of diversity and is dedicated to fostering an environment of inclusivity for LGBTQIA2S+ and BIPOC communities.
Dr. Micheel provides individual therapy for clients with a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, life transitions, identity development, and relationship issues. Her approach to therapy primarily draws from humanistic and attachment theories and incorporates aspects of cognitive behavioral and interpersonal theories as well. She emphasizes treatment and understanding of the whole person and strives to help people fulfill their potential and maximize their well-being. She aims to meet clients where they are and tailors treatment based on the unique identities, needs, and goals of each individual. Dr. Micheel helps clients to manage their current symptoms while exploring underlying problems and past experiences that may contribute to their current functioning and how they interact with the world around them.