Neuropsychology: A comprehensive neuropsychological assessment is used to characterize a person's cognitive, or thinking, abilities such as memory, attention, language, problem solving skills, and to assist other providers with diagnosis and treatment planning.
Counseling and Social Work: Our skilled clinicians provide counseling for individuals and families affected by emotional, cognitive, medical, or neurological difficulty. Approaches include mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and evidenced-based treatment for PTSD and trauma. We also offer specialized programs for individuals and families experiencing early stage cognitive changes or a new diagnosis of dementia or progressive neurological disorder.
Speech Pathology and Cognitive Rehabilitation: A licensed speech therapist offers cognitive and language rehabilitation to those who have been affected by a stroke, brain injury, or other neurologic condition (such as Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, mild cognitive impairment or dementia) who frequently encounter difficulties with their cognition (thinking) skills, the ability to use and understand language, and ability to speak.