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Deborah Rasile, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

Debra Rasile, PhD completed her undergraduate and graduate training at the State University of New York at Binghamton, earning her PhD in clinical psychology in 1994. She completed a year-long psychology internship through the Brown University School of Medicine and a year-long pediatric psychology postdoctoral fellowship at Rhode Island Hospital.

Since September 1995, Dr. Rasile has been a psychologist at Rhode Island Hospital, working in both the child and family psychiatry department and the Children’s Neurodevelopment Center.  She is a member of the Children’s Neurodevelopment Center interdisciplinary team, evaluating children with attention and learning challenges as well as developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders. 

Dr. Rasile was also a Families First CEDARR clinician and conducted eligibility assessments for the Hasbro Children’s Hospital early intervention program for several years.  She provides training to residents and developmental behavioral pediatric fellows and works with children who have complex medical and emotional needs, and their families, in outpatient psychotherapy.



Children's Neurodevelopment Center
335R Prairie Avenue, Suite 1A
Providence, RI 02905


  • Post Graduate:  Binghamton University, SUNY
  • Internship:  The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
  • Fellowship:  Rhode Island Hospital