Background Dr. Antonia Repollet is a licensed psychologist at Life Insight and a certified school psychologist. She maintains licenses in both NY and NJ. Dr. Repollet has extensive experience (both personal and professional) in working with individuals with chronic health/medical conditions. Additionally, Dr. Repollet's work focuses on working with neurodivergent individuals (ADHD, Autism), as well as children and adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, self-esteem and/or body image and eating concerns, difficulties about women’s health/wellness, OCD, and a variety of life stressors such as grief. She also provides comprehensive evaluations including neuropsychological, psychological, and psycho-educational. Given her experience as a school psychologist, Dr. Repollet also assists patients through consultation regarding school/post-secondary/college-related areas such as IEP/504 planning, standardized testing, college, and employment accommodations.
Education & Training Dr. Repollet graduated from West Virginia University with a B.S. in Psychology. She then obtained her Masters in school psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2016 and furthered her training by obtaining a Psy.D. in 2020. Dr. Repollet has spent years working in the public educational school systems in New Jersey. She also completed her dissertation on the relationship between self-concept, academic achievement, and absenteeism in adolescents with physically and neurologically based chronic illnesses.
About Me Dr. Repollet enjoys spending time with her husband and friends (and two cats!), traveling, hiking, camping, and attending concerts as well as local musical events/shows in the surrounding northern NJ/NYC areas. Dr. Repollet also thrives on utilizing her energetic, kind, and compassionate nature in her work with young children, incorporating movement and patient special interests in her sessions. She is active in volunteer work with the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. Further, as an IBD patient herself, she deeply understands the negative impact chronic illness can have on one’s mental health and strives to support her patients in navigating the various challenges that they may experience in these areas. She will also be featured on the Chronic Illness Therapist Podcast early this new year.