Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics and Genetics Care Team

Norton Children’s provides developmental-behavioral pediatrics and genetics care for children with a wide range of genetic and developmental or behavioral conditions.

Our multidisciplinary team at the Weisskopf Center is made up of developmental-behavioral pediatricians, clinical geneticists, nurse practitioners, child psychologists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, genetic counselors, dietitians/nutritionists and social workers with the experience and training to provide care that’s “Just for Kids.”

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatricians

  • Gail Williams, M.D.
  • Brittany Woodall, D.O.

Nurse Practitioners

  • Lynette M. Galloway, DNP, APRN, PNP-BC, FNP-C

Child Psychologists and Social Workers

  • AnnaMary Allard, M.A., LPP
  • Mary E. Brehm, M.S., LPA
  • Jeanie Hammond, LCSW

Occupational Therapists

  • Elizabeth A. Grant, OTD, OTR/L
  • Scott D. Tomchek, Ph.D., OT/L, FAOTA
  • Jocelyn Warren, M.S., OTR/L

Speech Pathologists

  • Rose M. Geis, M.S., CCC-SLP
  • Lara M. Isaacs, M.S., CCC-SLP

Dietitians/Nutritionists

  • Diana Pantalos, Ph.D., RDN

Genetic Counselors

  • Christopher Ciliberto, MGC, LGC
  • Julie Griffin, M.S., LGC
  • Kelly Jackson, M.S., LGC
  • Rachita Nikam, MSGC, LGC

Metabolic Nutritionists

  • Julianna Edman, M.S., RDN
  • Diana Pantalos, Ph.D., RDN

Newborn Screening Coordinator

  • Sheri Payton
Developmental-behavioral pediatrics and Genetics – 5347

Call for More Information

(502) 629-KIDS

Young woman with sickle cell disease starts over

Jalen Matthews is embarking on a new journey in life. A University of Kentucky graduate, she is living on her own for the first time in a new city. She is pursuing a master’s degree […]

Read Full Story

Kids’ fevers: When to be concerned

A child with a fever can be scary in normal times. These days, it’s especially so. Here are some steps to take when it happens, and how to know when a fever is too high [...]

Read Full Story

Take care of your sick child without getting others — or yourself — sick

Temperatures have dropped, and it’s officially cold and flu season. Here are some tips for staying well as you nurse your little one back to health. It’s not too late to get a flu shot […]

Read Full Story

Halloween still can be fun and safer

Kids knocking on doors collecting candy? Crowded costume parties? Haunted houses full of screaming? Hayrides with folks from outside your household? Sorry, not this year. But there are ways to have Halloween fun while taking […]

Read Full Story

Helping kids thrive while facing the challenges of being LGBTQ

LGBTQ kids face a higher risk of discrimination, bullying, harassment and family rejection. For many, these burdens affect their health. “LGBTQ individuals often encounter more obstacles compared with their peers,” said Suzanne E. Kingery, M.D., […]

Read Full Story
Related Stories

Young woman with sickle cell disease starts over

Jalen Matthews is embarking on a new journey in life. A University of Kentucky graduate, she is living on her own for the first time in a new city. She is pursuing a master’s degree […]

Read Full Story

Kids’ fevers: When to be concerned

A child with a fever can be scary in normal times. These days, it’s especially so. Here are some steps to take when it happens, and how to know when a fever is too high [...]

Read Full Story

Take care of your sick child without getting others — or yourself — sick

Temperatures have dropped, and it’s officially cold and flu season. Here are some tips for staying well as you nurse your little one back to health. It’s not too late to get a flu shot […]

Read Full Story

Halloween still can be fun and safer

Kids knocking on doors collecting candy? Crowded costume parties? Haunted houses full of screaming? Hayrides with folks from outside your household? Sorry, not this year. But there are ways to have Halloween fun while taking […]

Read Full Story

Helping kids thrive while facing the challenges of being LGBTQ

LGBTQ kids face a higher risk of discrimination, bullying, harassment and family rejection. For many, these burdens affect their health. “LGBTQ individuals often encounter more obstacles compared with their peers,” said Suzanne E. Kingery, M.D., […]

Read Full Story

Search our entire site.