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Madison Paff

Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
School of Medicine Greenville
Office: 200 Patewood Drive, Suite A200
Greenville SC 29615


Background: Madison Paff, PhD, is a licensed psychologist in the Pediatric Psychology department at Prisma Health. She conducts psychological evaluations, including autism spectrum disorder diagnostic evaluations. She also provides behavioral therapy and parent training for young children with a range of behavioral concerns. Dr. Paff earned her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Bachelor of Science in applied mathematics at Presbyterian College. After teaching kindergarten in Hong Kong for a year, she earned her master’s degree and doctoral degree in the school psychology program at the University of Georgia. She has had experience working in schools, hospitals, a university-based psychology center and pediatrician offices. Her research interests center on increasing equitable access to high-quality assessment and intervention services. Dr. Paff completed her predoctoral internship through behavioral pediatrics and integrated care at the University of Nebraska Medical Center Munroe-Meyer Institute where she obtained experience working in a developmental-behavioral pediatrics office as well as a primary care pediatrician’s office. Her postdoctoral fellowship was at the Pediatric Psychology department at Prisma Health where she continued to gain experience conducting comprehensive autism spectrum disorder evaluations and where she participated as a trainee in the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities program. She enjoys traveling; spending time with her family, friends and dog; spending time outdoors hiking and camping; and reading.

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