Dr. Radbill is a licensed psychologist with postdoctoral training in pediatric psychology. She completed an internship at a residential facility for children with severe emotional and behavioral issues who had been exposed to significant trauma. Her specific areas of interest include coping with illness, pain management, and end of life issues.
Dr. Radbill is trained in several evidence based practices and has expertise in psychological assessment, providing in depth psychological evaluation to determine the presence of developmental, learning, and cognitive disabilities that are used to inform appropriate social, therapeutic, and educational interventions.
Therapy for children and families referred to Palliative Care; Psychoeducation and counseling related to medical trauma; Coordinating psychosocial intervention into medical team care
University of Florida at Gainesville
Sarah A. Reed Children’s Center
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
American Psychological Association, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Psychological adaptation to pediatric illness; Early childhood social, emotional, and adaptive functioning; Psychosocial factors impacting quality of life; Access to and utilization of palliative care services for children and adolescents with special health care needs