NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL

Traumatic Brain Injury
Differentiating Alzheimer’s and other dementias from normal age-related cognitive decline
Cognitive issues in individuals with concurring medical conditions (Parkinson’s disease, multiple
sclerosis, cerebrovascular disease and stroke, etc.)
Attention, concentration, and focus
Acute changes in functioning or mental status
Behavioral changes due to brain injury, dementia, or unknown causes
Learning Problems
Capacity or “competency” evaluations, questions of guardianship
Safety and independent living
Recommendations and consultation to patients and other professionals
Older Adults concerned about memory changes
Trouble functioning at work or at home due to changes in memory or attention

PSYCHOLOGICAL

Anxiety
Depression
Mood Problems
Panic
Life changes
Chronic mental health issues
Marital and relationship issues
Attentional Problems
Dealing with medical issues and changes in functioning
Retirement and life transitions
Coping with cognitive decline or traumatic brain injury
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
Family issues
Behavioral changes due to dementia, brain injury, or general psychological issues
Improving daily functioning and/or work functioning