Scott Mesh



Dr. Scott Mesh has over 25 years of experience working with children and families in mental health, educational, and early childhood settings. He is a clinical psychologist specializing in the developmental and psychological assessment of bilingual children under age 5, particularly children with Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder. He is a popular trainer in early childhood assessment and together with his wife, Edita Diaz, has trained psychologists in the Bahamas, Mexico, and at national conferences. He served as Adjunct Professor for Long Island University, Yeshiva University, Queens College, New York Medical College, and studied in Seville, Spain. He is the co-author of the book “Early Childhood Assessment: A Practical Guide to Psychological and Developmental Evaluations in the Early Intervention Program,” published in 2003 with Dr. Joanne Loeb. Dr. Mesh was also the co-founder of the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS), along with Dr. David Pilon of Halifax in 1988. In recognition of this achievement, the Scott Mesh Award in Scientific Psychology was established by APAGS for graduate students. APAGS is the graduate student division of the American Psychological Association with over 40,000 members today. Dr. Mesh founded Los Ninos Services in 1988 with his wife Edita Diaz with the aim of helping young children and their families get a good start in life. Los Ninos Services provides evaluations and interventions to 2000 children a year and has received a number of Best Company awards.