Jennifer Margaret Katzenstein, Ph.D., M.S.

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  • Director of Psychology, Neuropsychology, and Social Work at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
  • Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences


Pediatric Neuropsychology

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Child Development and Rehabilitation Center - Psychology

880 6th Street S
Suite 460
St Petersburg, FL 33701
Phone: 727-767-8477 | Fax: 727-767-8244
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Dr. Katzenstein is the director of psychologyneuropsychology and social work, and co-director of the Center for Behavioral Health at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Dr. Katzenstein was honored for Excellence in Service and Professionalism at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in the Johns Hopkins Medicine Clinical Awards for 2020. Previously, Dr. Katzenstein was a private practitioner and Assistant Professor of Neurology at Indiana University School of Medicine/Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis where she provided neuropsychological evaluations, consultations and academic coaching for children and adolescents.

After graduating from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, she completed a pediatric internship and fellowship at Texas Children's Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Katzenstein is board certified in pediatric neuropsychology and clinical neuropsychology. more


  • Director of Psychology, Neuropsychology, and Social Work at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
  • Co-Director of the Center for Behavioral Health at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
  • Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

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Centers & Institutes



  • PhD; Pediatric Psychology; Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (2008)


  • Pediatric Psychology; Baylor College of Medicine (2010)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Professional Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) (2012)
  • American Board of Professional Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) (2014)

Videos & Media

Recent News Articles and Media Coverage

  • Bullying Prevention, WFTS -TV (November 23, 2020)
  • U.S. surgeon general declares ‘youth mental health crisis’ amid COVID, Tampa Bay Times (December 10, 2021)
  • Substance abuse in kids on the rise, health experts share red flags to watch for, WFTS -TV (April 7, 2022)
  • Johns Hopkins All Children’s raises awareness, money for pediatric mental health center, St. Pete Catalyst (April 11, 2022)
  • Helping Your Teen Cope with Stress and Anxiety, Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine (May 3, 2022)
  • A Small Reduction in Smartphone Use Can Make a Big Difference for Mental Health, Verywell Health (May 13, 2022)
  • Talking to children about the Texas school shooting, WTVT – TV (May 25, 2022)
  • Tampa Bay experts share tips for talking to your kids about mass shootings, Tampa Bay Times (May 25, 2022)
  • Parents, experts share advice on talking to children about Texas school shooting, WFTS -TV (May 25, 2022)
  • How to Talk to Your Kids About Scary Things Like the School Shooting, Tampa Bay Parenting Magazine (June 8, 2022)
  • Study: Active shooter drills can cause more harm than good for children, WTSP -TV (July 20, 2022)
  • Talking to your kids about school shootings, WTSP -TV (August 22, 2022)
  • Increasing awareness during National Suicide Prevention Month, WTVT – TV (September 1, 2022)
  • Task force recommends anxiety screenings for children as young as 8, WTVT – TV (October 12, 2022)
  • A study finds more kids struggling with suicidal thoughts. Florida hospitals see it firsthand, WUSF Radio (December 7, 2022)
  • More children showing up to hospitals with suicidal thoughts, WTVT – TV (December 9, 2022)
  • Nashville school shooting has parents facing difficult but needed conversations with kids, WFTS -TV (March 28, 2023)
  • CDC's Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance report highlights increased mental health crisis in teens, WFTS -TV (May 8, 2023)
  • APA Panel issues new guidance on social media use for kids, WTVT – TV (May 10, 2023)
  • 5 tips to help Tampa Bay parents with their teens’ mental health, Tampa Bay Times (May 15, 2023)
  • US Surgeon General issues warning for kids using social media, WFTS -TV (May 23, 2023)
  • U.S. Surgeon General warns parents about the impact of social media on teenager’s mental health, WTVT – TV (May 24, 2023)
  • Back-to-School Transitions By Age and Stage, Parents Magazine (August 1, 2023)
  • Why 2 hours per day is the ideal amount of time on social media, and how to handle it with your kids, WFTS -TV (August 4, 2023)
  • Should parents keep their kids off social media?, WTVT – TV (August 16, 2023)


Below you'll find a list of the insurance accepted by specialty physicians at Johns Hopkins All Children's. Please check with your insurance company and the physician's office before your child's visit to verify coverage and referral requirements.

Inclusion of a certain health plan on the list below does not guarantee that all services, locations or physicians are covered by your insurance company. Benefit plan design, credentialing and network criteria may limit coverage. The acceptance of certain plains may change occasionally and this page may not be immediately updated.

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  • Multiplan (Commercial)
  • United Behavioral Health (Optum)
  • Cigna Health Care (Commercial)
  • Aetna (Commercial)
  • BCBS FL (Commercial)
  • Avmed (Commercial)
  • Humana Behavior Health
  • Evolutions (Commercial)
  • TriCare-HMHS (Commercial)
  • Gulf Coast Provider Network (Commercial)
  • WPS TriCare East (Commercial)
  • Aetna Behavioral Health
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