What we do
Neuropsychology is the subspecialty of psychology that studies brain–behavior relationships.
Clinical neuropsychologists apply current scientific knowledge of brain-behavior relationships to:
- Assess a patient’s cognitive and psychological functioning.
- Assist in the differential diagnosis of neurological disorders.
- Evaluate the impact of cognitive and psychiatric symptoms on a patient’s daily life.
- Provide recommendations for optimizing cognitive and overall daily functioning.
Our neuropsychologists have doctoral degrees (Ph.D., Psy.D., or Ed.D.) in Clinical Psychology and are licensed psychologists. They have completed additional specialty training at the pre- and post-doctoral levels in the evaluation of cognitive and neurological dysfunction.
Services we provide
Neuropsychological evaluation, including assessments for:
- Characterization of cognitive strengths and weaknesses following neurological injury or event.
- Decision-making capacity.
- Differential diagnosis.
- Pre- and post-surgical evaluations for DBS implantation and brain tumor resection.
- Providing pertinent recommendations based on cognitive status, which may address questions about supervision needs, future planning, cognitive compensatory strategies, behavioral health resources, and others.
Conditions we evaluate
- Brain tumor.
- Multiple sclerosis.
- Neurodegenerative diseases.
- Normal pressure hydrocephalus.
- Traumatic brain injury.
If you are scheduling an evaluation for litigation or disability screening purposes, please contact the office directly as the provider may not be able to perform this type of evaluation.
At your scheduled appointment, please provide all the following information:
- Photo ID
- Insurance card
- Referral (if needed)
To allow enough time to complete your check-in process, please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment.
We request a 24-hour advance notice if you cannot make it to your scheduled appointment.