What Conditions?

The following are some of the conditions that affect brain-behavior relationships which can be profiled in a neuropsychological evaluation:

Neurological/Other Medical Conditions:

“Memory Loss”
Traumatic brain injuries or concussions
Dementia (e.g. Alzheimer’s, Vascular)
Movement disorders (e.g. Parkinson’s)
Strokes or “mini strokes (TIAs)”
Brain tumors
Multiple sclerosis
Epilepsy
Genetic disorders
Metabolic disorders (e.g. diabetes, thyroid)


Developmental conditions:

Learning disabilities
Autism or Asperger’s disorder
Tourettes’ syndrome
Speech/language disorders

Neuropsychiatric Conditions:

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Schizophrenia or psychosis
Depression
Anxiety
Substance abuse
Bipolar disorder

What is a Neuropsychological Assessment?What is a Neuropsychological Assessment?

What is a Neuropsychological Assessment?

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Evaluation

What Conditions Can Be Evaluated?

How Can a Neuropsychological Assessment Help?How Can a Neuropsychological Assessment Help?

How Can a Neuropsychological Assessment Help?

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What's Involved in a Neuropsychological Assessment?What's Involved in a Neuropsychological Assessment?

What's Involved in a Neuropsychological Assessment?

A comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation can take between 2-8 hours, with breaks as needed. Learn more here.