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Mikaela K. Sebree, PHD


Doctor of Philosophy

St. Luke's Health Partner
St. Luke's Health Partner

These providers work together to achieve patient-centered care, using proven best practices to offer better care to you and your family.


Accepting new patients
By Referral Only

Conditions & Treatments

  • Pediatric Neuropsychology

Facilities & Clinics

About Mikaela K. Sebree


Mikaela Sebree, PhD is director of neuro- and behavioral psychology at St. Luke's Children's. She provides neuropsychological evaluation and consultation for infants, toddlers, children, and adolescents with neurocognitive and medical conditions. Her goal is to promote development, competence, and overall well-being for her patients as they mature into adulthood. 

Dr. Sebree performs clinical assessments and pre-surgical evaluations to assist in diagnosis and intervention planning. She works with a broad range of neurological, genetic, and other congenital and acquired medical conditions including epilepsy, brain tumors, leukemia, neurofibromatosis, tuberous sclerosis, stroke, and extreme prematurity. She also specializes in the assessment and management of concussion in children and adolescents.

Dr. Sebree is particularly passionate about supporting pediatric patients with epilepsy and serves as a board member for the Epilepsy Foundation of Idaho. She also supports research studies through the Children's Oncology Group, performing neurocognitive assessments for pediatric oncology research at St. Luke's Children's Cancer Institute.

Dr. Sebree earned her graduate degree at the University of Texas, and completed her internship at Children's Hospital Colorado. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Boston Children's Hospital in association with Harvard Medical School.

In her free time, Dr. Sebree likes running, Pilates, snowboarding, hiking, and spending time with her beloved dogs and family.

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    Boston Children''s Hospital
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