Kirsten Fleming, Ph.D.
Neuropsychological Services
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My neuropsychological services include neuropsychological diagnosis, cognitive rehabilitation, and forensic consultation.


A neuropsychological assessment evaluates multiple brain functions (ex: memory, attention, problem-solving, spatial skills, motor functions) to create an overall summary of brain strengths and weaknesses.  This information is used to diagnose conditions and is helpful often in treatment planning.

Neuropsychological assessment is often requested when there is a question as to whether the individual has the following conditions:

- Learning disablities;

- Dementia--such as Alzheimer's disease, frontotemporal dementia 

- Normal aging, or Mild Cogniitve Impairment (MCI);

- Strokes
 -Epilepsy--especially prior to brain surgery

- Parkinson's Disease

- Traumatic Brain Injury

- Depression or anxiety that interferes with cognitive functioning

How a neuropsychological assessment is helpful:

What to expect during an evaluation:

Here are among the possible treatments that can be provided should I have a neurologic condition or cognitive weakness:

-Cognitive Rehabilitation/Training

-Pharmacologic Interventions

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Kirsten Fleming, Ph.D.