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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a typical therapy appointment?

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What benefits can I expect from working with a therapist?

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Should I choose individual or group therapy?

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What do clinical neuropsychologists do?

A clinical neuropsychologist is a licensed psychologist with specialized training in brain-behavior relationships who helps people understand the connection between their brain health and their daily functioning. This is done through various tests of cognitive, behavioral, social, personality, and emotional functioning. Neuropsychologists are often consulted for assistance with diagnostic clarification and classification as well as treatment, vocational, and/or academic planning.

What is the difference between a clinical neuropsychologist and a clinical psychologist?

Both neuropsychologists and psychologists have doctoral degrees in clinical psychology, and both are able to evaluate and diagnose problems with emotional functioning. However, neuropsychologists have more specialized training in neuroscience, neuroanatomy, and related disorders; they are thus better equipped to assess cognition and behavior as they relate to brain functioning.

What is a neuropsychological evaluation?

A neuropsychological evaluation involves integrating information from an individual’s background with data obtained from measures of cognitive, personality, social, and emotional functioning to formulate a comprehensive characterization of strengths and weaknesses.

 

Services

What We Offer

Neuropsychological Evaluation

Our goal for each patient is to use science-based evaluations to determine each individual’s unique processing capacities and functional competencies, and to use specialized techniques for developing enhanced ways of thinking and feeling in everyday life.

Coaching & Therapy

Our expert neuropsychologists can help you achieve optimal cognitive function for a fuller, empowered experience of life. Our individualized and holistic approach identifies every patient’s strengths and weaknesses in various settings of their daily life.

Forensic Evaluation

Our board-certified neuropsychologists have expertise in both criminal and civil legal matters and are available for consultation, record review, and to conduct comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations. 

Telehealth Services

Our telehealth service allows our patients to receive comprehensive and evidence-based assessments,  treatments, and more – on their own time. 

Comprehensive neuropsychological evauluations and treatments

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