The primary focus of my practice is neuropsychological assessment. The main reason parents of school aged children, older students, and adults decide to be assessed is to obtain a clearer picture of how the person learns best, and to better understand obstacles which make learning more difficult than expected. Example: the student is found to have visual-spatial reasoning difficulties, and this helps us understand why math is so difficult, or why understanding charts/diagrams simply doesn’t seem to click.
In addition to neuropsychological assessment, I also:
Counsel children, teens and adults
Speak at schools and conferences
Review testing and write a Learning Plan for use at the student’s school
Help separated parents make decisions about their children