Neuropsychology Rehabilitation Services|Lifespan
Where experience, treatment, clinical acumen and the most advanced neuropsychological assessments come together.
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In the past, the major focus of neuropsychology has been largely diagnostic and primarily concerned with relationships between lesion localization and subsequent cognitive/behavioral alterations. Currently the primary issue, especially in forensic and clinical settings, is to determine an individual’s functional capacity.
The rapid rise of digital media use has been shown to worsen ADHD symptoms and the overall state of adolescents with ADHD. This phenomenon is called Problematic Digital Media Use (PDMU) which includes use of social media, video games, television shows,
Has your family member or partner been having increasing difficulty with independent living skills, including paying bills, food shopping, driving, or completing daily activities such as getting dressed, bathing, or eating? These difficulties, along with memory and other thinking problems, often bring families of the individuals affected by these symptoms to a neuropsychologist.
Psychotherapy today includes a number of different approaches. In order to be effective, it is important to understand the type of patient you are treating, and the ability of the neuropsychologist or mental health professional to deliver the appropriate care. First,