Dr. Landolf has over 20 years experience in child mental health. She earned a Master of Science degree (M.S.) in Clinical Psychology, with specialization in Child Behavior Therapy, from North Dakota State University in 1985, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology, with specialization in Clinical Child Psychology, from the University of Alabama in 1992. Dr. Landolf completed her pre-doctoral internship at Crestwood Children's Center in Rochester, New York, and has worked in a wide range of settings including residential treatment centers for children and adolescents with severe behavioral and emotional problems, community mental health centers, hospital-based clinics, and group practices.
Dr. Landolf has won competitive research grants and co-authored papers, published in peer-reviewed scientific/professional journals, on various topics including memory processes, the cognitive underpinnings of clinically severe phobias, pediatric pain management, and improving mental health services to children and youth. She recently authored a chapter on outpatient private practice as a service delivery model for children, adolescents, and families in the Handbook of Mental Health Services for Children, Adolescents, and Families, edited by Ric G. Steele and Michael C. Roberts (Kluwer Academic/Plenum, 2005).
Dr. Landolf is currently licensed to practice psychology in Virginia. Her practice is limited to children and adolescents.