Should my aging parents live alone?
Can I go back to the work I was doing before my stroke?
My child's teacher thinks my child has ADHD.
How do I get an evaluation and what do I do?
What should we do if we are worried about dementia?
Is my child developing normally?
How do I improve my memory and attention as I get older?
How do we help them excel in school?
Providing comprehensive lifespan evaluations and treatment plans for individuals experiencing developmental, neurological, and/or behavioral challenges conducted by formally trained clinical neuropsychologists.
Our Training Program
In addition to our mission of providing high quality clinical neuropsychological services throughout southern California, we are committed to the training and education of clinicians interested in pursuing careers in clinical neuropsychology.
The primary objective of our 2 year postdoctoral Pediatric Neuropsychology residency is to provide training in neuropsychological assessment of children, adolescents and young adults with a wide range of central nervous system and developmental disorders.
Our pediatric program place a primary emphasis on developing the emerging clinician’s independent practitioner skills in a manner that adheres to current standards in clinical neuropsychology. Our goal is to provide trainees with an experience that reflects as closely as possible the APA Division 40 Guidelines for Postdoctoral Training in Clinical Neuropsychology (1987), the APA guidelines from the National Conference on Postdoctoral Training in Professional Psychology(1993), and the Houston Conference on Specialty Education and Training in Clinical Neuropsychology(1998). Additionally, the residency program strives to provide trainees with experiences required to meet eligibility requirements for the ABPP Diploma in Clinical Neuropsychology through the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology.