What is it? Neuropsychology is the scientific and clinical study of the structures and functions of the brain and how they relate to cognition, emotion, and behavior.  Clinical Neuropsychologist Dr. Deborah Gideon determines the diagnosis and best treatment for individuals with brain disorders.

What is it?

Neuropsychology is the scientific and clinical study of the structures and functions of the brain and how they relate to cognition, emotion, and behavior.  Clinical Neuropsychologist Dr. Deborah Gideon determines the diagnosis and best treatment for individuals with brain disorders.

Why are they done? Neuropsychological evaluations determine the diagnosis and most effective treatment approach for adult individuals with known or suspected brain disorders. Detailed interview, record review, and testing are conducted.  Results and recommendations are discussed with the patient.

Why are they done?

Neuropsychological evaluations determine the diagnosis and most effective treatment approach for adult individuals with known or suspected brain disorders. Detailed interview, record review, and testing are conducted.  Results and recommendations are discussed with the patient.

Why is it needed? Changes in emotions and interpersonal behaviors in addition to problems with thinking often occur in persons with brain disorders.  Psychotherapy is offered to help with social or behavioral challenges and to assist with treatment strategies in neuropsychological rehabilitation.

Why is it needed?

Changes in emotions and interpersonal behaviors in addition to problems with thinking often occur in persons with brain disorders.  Psychotherapy is offered to help with social or behavioral challenges and to assist with treatment strategies in neuropsychological rehabilitation.

How does it help? Neuropsychological consultation is offered for providers and others with questions regarding the nature and purpose of assessments and for help with resources and concerns related to brain injury, stroke, dementia, ADHD, epilepsy, autism spectrum and neuropsychiatric disorders.

How does it help?

Neuropsychological consultation is offered for providers and others with questions regarding the nature and purpose of assessments and for help with resources and concerns related to brain injury, stroke, dementia, ADHD, epilepsy, autism spectrum and neuropsychiatric disorders.