Sometimes it is difficult to know if the challenges you are experiencing are the result of medications, pain, emotional upset, a medical condition, or something else. A neuropsychological evaluation can help to determine where the problem is coming from and offer recommendations about how you and your doctor might improve your health and day to day functioning.
A forensic neuropsychological evaluation is specifically focused on answering legal questions in the context of a civil or criminal case. We provide expert opinions in an effective, ethical, clear, and unbiased manner.
Psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for immigration purposes can be requested to highlight hardship issues, establish the mental health consequences of abuse, or document the extent cognitive deficits will impact one’s ability to take the U.S. citizenship examination.
An independent medical evaluation is used to resolve questions about a person’s medical condition when there is a disagreement between a treating doctor and an insurance company.
Understanding your diagnosis is an important part of recovery, though sometimes acknowledging changes and putting strategies in place is much more difficult. We provide a brief, solution-focused counseling, support, and education for long-term success.