may involve neuropsychological, psychological, or chronic pain issues.
frequently are asked about a person's attention, language functioning,
mental flexibility, memory, problem solving and other thinking skills.
We utilize a wide range of instruments to assess thinking problems in
depth. We also consider the personal history of the person who has the
problem. Understanding the full range of a person's functioning is a key
component in a thorough neuropsychological evaluation.
way in which a person deals with a problem is frequently more important
than the actual physical problem. The emotional reaction that a person
has to life stressors such as a significant loss or injury can result
in the quality of their life decreasing even further. Likewise, living
a whole life while having physical or emotional issues is achievable for
most people with serious problems. Information obtained during the clinical
interview provides the foundation for our understanding of a person's
psychological state. We also utilize a wide range of psychological instruments
to further assess emotional issues.
physical pain can be severely limiting
for the person with the condition. Accurately assessing the pain condition
leads to interventions that can make a significant difference in the person's
ability to live a normal life. We integrate information from other health
care professionals into our evauations of people with chronic physical
see the ADD/ADHD section of this website.
see the Forensic Services section of this website.