My approach is to help build consensus amongst the people involved in my clients’ lives, including family, other health or school professionals, teams and community resources. I enjoy working with children, teens and adults doing neuropsychological assessments and treatment. As a trained Clinical Neuropsychologist, I have specialized training in areas which impact learning and performance such as ADD/ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Executive Function Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), Concussion, and Sports Neuropsychology. My testing recommendations are practical and easily accessible, and utilize available assistive technologies.
I consult on local, national and international levels with school districts, departments of education, school boards, and other clinical settings. I also help train educators, administrations, and service providers to improve their effectiveness and abilities. I’m an Adjunct Professor at Georgia State University and Argosy University-Atlanta: Georgia School of Professional Psychology, and serve as a professor for the School Neuropsychology Diplomate program.