Angela Fletcher, PsyD, specializes in the assessment and treatment of children suffering complex pain, and their families. She is the Director of Psychology Services for the Complex Pediatric Pain Medicine Programrsquos Outpatient Clinic and also works within the Children's National Division of Neuropsychology in the Safe Concussion Outcome, Recovery Education SCORE Program. Her research interests include the environmental and family factors that affect pain perception, school functioning for children with complex pain, and the relationship between sleep and pain.
Dr. Fletcher completed her doctoral degree at the American School of Professional Psychology and conducted her doctoral internship at Johns Hopkins University/ Kennedy Krieger Institute, providing consultation and ongoing treatment to patients with acute and chronic medical conditions. She specialized her training in pediatric psychology by completing a two year fellowship in the Child Adolescent Diabetes Program the Pediatric Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at Children's National Medical Center.