Dr. Meghan T. Lee earned her bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and both her master’s and Ph.D. from Auburn University. She furthered her education in Neuropsychology through UC Berkeley Extension and Brigham Young University. Dr. Lee completed her doctoral internship at Utah State Hospital and residency/fellowship at Children’s Neuropsychological Services in Boston, during which time she specialized in pediatric neuropsychology. Throughout her training and career, Dr. Lee has gained comprehensive experience in Neuropsychology across a variety of settings around the U.S., including hospitals (both acute and long-term care), private practices, correctional facilities, and university counseling centers. Although she has specialized in the pediatric population, Dr. Lee has also worked with the adult and geriatric populations across a variety of settings. Deciding to return home to Colorado, she initiated Horizon Neuropsychological Services to help children, youth, and young adults achieve new heights in their development. In sum, Dr. Lee’s breadth of experience throughout her clinical and educational work has led to a wide range of specialties and skills valuable in understanding the complexity of human behavior and development.