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Winsome S. Thompson, Ph.D.

General Information

Winsome S. Thompson, Ph.D.

Appointments

Call 305-243-4000 or request an appointment online

Contact

  • Fax: 305-243-4512

Specialties

  • Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology

Languages

English

Clinical Areas

Cognitive and emotional/behavioral effects of hematological and oncological diseases such as leukemia and sickle cell disease.

Roles

  • Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

Research Interests

Cognitive and emotional/behavioral effects of hematological and oncological diseases such as leukemia and sickle cell disease.

Publications

  • Fishkin, P., Armstrong, F.D., Routh, D., Harris, L., Thompson, W., Miloslavich, K., Levy, J.D., Johnson, A., Morrow, C., Bandstra, E.S., Mason, C. A., Scott, G. ; Brief report: Relationship between HIV infection and WPPSI-R performance in preschool age children; Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 25(5), 347-351.
  • Armstrong, F. D., Harris, L. L., Thompson, W., Semrad, J. L., Jensen, M. M., Lee, D. Y., Miloslavich, K., & Garcia, A.; The Outpatient Developmental Services Project: Integration of Pediatric Psychology with primary medical care for children infected with HIV; Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 24(5), 381-391.

Education

June 1987 B.A.
Lehman College (City University of New York)
December 1997 M.S.
University of Miami
2001 Ph.D.
University of Miami

Biography

Dr. Thompson, originally from Jamaica, moved first to New York and relocated to Miami two weeks before Hurricane Andrew. Despite this “welcome” she stayed in Miami and received her graduate training at the University of Miami. Dr. Thompson has a Ph.D in Clinical Child Psychology and is Licensed Psychologist. She is excited to be a part of a dynamic team that works with children with cancer and bleeding disorders.

 

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