PhD (2013), University of Tennessee
Dr. Blondin is a licensed psychologist at the center. She obtained a BA in psychology at Elon University in North Carolina. After graduating, she worked two years as a psychological assistant in Gainesville, Florida.
Starting in 2008, she attended the University of Tennessee’s School Psychology PhD program. She received her doctorate in 2013, following a yearlong internship with the Tennessee Internship Consortium.
At the KLASS center, Blondin provides assessment, intervention, and consultative services to children and adults. She also provides services as a school psychologist for a rural school district.
Her research interests include early academic interventions at the college level and class-wide behavior management.
Dr. Blondin is primary provider in the Center of services for students on the Autism Spectrum, including the services provided through the Postsecondary Autism Support Services (PASS) Program for University of Tennessee students.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Blondin, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (865) 974-6177.