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Laurie Cardona-Wolenski, PsyD

Associate Professor of Child Psychology; Associate Director, Psychology Training Program, Yale Child Study Center; Co-Director, Yale Child Study Center Pediatric Consultation-Liaison Service; Clinical Director of Ambulatory Pediatric Psychology, Yale Child Study Center

Contact Information

Laurie Cardona-Wolenski, PsyD

Patient Care Locations

Office Location

Mailing Address

  • Child Study Center

    P. O. Box 207900, 230 South Frontage Road

    New Haven, CT 06520-7900

    United States



Dr. Cardona is the Clinical Director of Ambulatory Pediatric Psychology at the Child Study Center, for which she directs program development initiatives with the aim of integrating behavioral health services across numerous pediatric specialty clinics within the Yale New Haven Health System. Dr. Cardona also conducts program development, training, and clinical supervision in her role as Associate Training Director for the Psychology Training Program of the Yale Child Study Center. Dr. Cardona serves as Co-Director of the Child Study Center Pediatric Consultation-Liaison Service, which offers a broad range of psychiatric services to children and adolescents who are under the care of the inpatient pediatric services of Yale New Haven Children's Hospital. Dr. Cardona is a clinical consultant to the Children's Psychiatric Day Hospital and she is a supervising psychologist for the Children’s Psychiatric Inpatient Service at YNHH, both of which serve children ages 4 to 13 with serious psychiatric, developmental and behavioral vulnerabilities. Dr. Cardona is a member of the Pediatric Ethics Committee.

Education & Training

  • PsyD
    Rutgers State University (1986)

Professional Service

American Psychological Association Committee on Children, Youth and FamiliesCommittee Member2022 - Present
Yale School of MedicineYale School of Medicine, Admissions2008 - 2023
Yale New Haven HospitalYale New Haven Hospital Pediatric Ethics Committee 2007 - Present

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