Sarah Boucher, PsyD $$

Clinical Neuropsychologist

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Sarah Boucher, PsyD is a fellowship trained clinical neuropsychologist with a subspeciality emphasis in sport concussion management.

Dr. Boucher received her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University New England in Keene, NH. She completed an APA-accredited neuropsychology internship at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital in Bedford, Massachusetts. She then completed a fellowship in sports concussion at the University of Texas Southwestern (UTSW) and Children's Health Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Plano, Texas.

Having undergone comprehensive training, Dr. Boucher is skilled in neuropsychological assessment across the lifespan, with experience assessing developmental, neurological, psychiatric, and complex medical conditions. She passionately strives to help patients and their families through the concussion recovery process to return them back to the sports and activities they love as safely and quickly as possible.

As a former cheerleader and cheerleading coach, her passion for the sport has served as a driving force in her research efforts with the goal of improving treatment and management of concussion in cheer athletes. Her research interests include management and recovery of concussion with a specific focus on evaluating unique factors in cheerleading that may impact concussion recovery.

Dr. Boucher was raised in New Hampshire and was a youth cheerleading coach in her community before relocating to Texas. Now, she remains active in the cheer community and enjoys swimming, spending time with her family and friends, attending live music events, and exploring Texas.

Education and Training

UT Southwestern Medical Center (2023)
Graduate School
Antioch/New England Graduate School (2021)

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