- Darah Whyte
Dr. Andrew Preston is a clinical psychologist specializing in pediatric neuropsychology. He completed his internship and post-doctoral fellowship at Brown University Medical School. As a pediatric neuropsychologist, Dr. Preston specializes in understanding how brain functions impact learning, behavior, and other cognitive skills that are important for daily functioning, such as academic success. Dr. Preston has published research and made presentations at professional conferences. He enjoys giving presentations to schools, other medical providers, and other groups. He is a member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, the International Neuropsychological Society, and The American Psychological Association Neuropsychology Division
Margaret Maternowski holds a B.A. in Elementary and Special Education from St. Mary’s College of Notre Dame and an M.S. Ed. in Special Education from Duquesne University. Margaret began consulting with Chapel Hill Pediatric Psychology after a 20-year career as an Exceptional Children’s Program Facilitator in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools. In this role, she assisted hundreds of families to navigate a complex educational system using a multi-faceted, creative approach, helping them to chart a path to success for their children. She has extensive knowledge of both NC and Federal laws that guide the IEP team processes and procedures and has facilitated countless IEP team meetings, consistently bringing team members to consensus.