Dr. Jerome (Jerry) Schultz is a clinical neuropsychologist and is on the faculty of Harvard Medical School in the
Department of Psychiatry. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of children and young adults with learning disabilities,
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other special needs. He received his undergraduate and Master´s degrees from The Ohio
State University and holds a Ph.D. from Boston College. He has completed postdoctoral fellowships in both clinical psychology and
pediatric neuropsychology. Prior to returning to private clinical practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, Dr. Schultz served as the
Co-Director of the Center for Child and Adolescent Development, CCAD, a service of the Cambridge Health Alliance. Before that he
served as the Founding Director of an evaluation clinic called the Learning Lab @ Lesley University. Formerly a middle school
special education teacher, Dr. Schultz maintained a private neuropsychology practice in Wellesley, Massachusetts and taught at
Lesley University for over 25 years.
In addition to his clinical and educational work, Dr. Schultz serves as an international consultant on issues related to the
neuropsychology and appropriate education of children and young adults with special needs. He currently serves as Consulting
Neuropsychologist for the Newton, Massachusetts Public Schools.
Dr. Schultz has served on the Board of Directors of the Learning Disabilities Network, and was the Vice President of
the Board of the Learning Disabilities Association of Massachusetts. He has created several award-winning
and written many articles about children with special needs . He served for many years as the Expert on Learning
Disabilities and ADHD at
a website for parents and teachers. He has been a contributor to www.Idonline.org, a site that provides valuable
information about learning disabilities. He is currently a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the prestigious journal,
Academic Psychiatry. He is on the Professional Advisory Board of the
Learning Disability Association of America, and is on the Advisory Board of a site
called Inside ADHD.