Dr. Zapater-Raberov earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at William James College. During graduate school she obtained training in clinical neuropsychology at Brigham and Women's Hospital Division of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology as a practicum student. She completed a pre-doctoral internship at Lynn Community Health Center where she provided therapy for clients ages 8 and up in both English and Spanish, her native language. Dr. Zapater-Raberov's research while in graduate school focused on the role that linguistic and cultural differences play in individuals' performance on neuropsychological evaluations. She completed her post-doctoral clinical training at Boston Neuropsychological Services where she conducted a wide range of psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for school-age students in private practice and at several schools in the Boston area. Currently, Dr. Zapater-Raberov provides private and school-based evaluation services to school-age students struggling with learning disorders, attention-deficit disorders, and severe emotional and behavioral problems.