Neuropsychology clinics often involve neuropsychologists who may train, supervise and provide oversight for other neuropsychologists. Use of psychometricians, assistants or technicians is often employed as the neuropsychologist's time is usually directed on obtaining medical and neuropsychological history, mental status, interpretation and report writing. At least some measures are usually administered by the neuropsychologist.
Neuropsychology clinics usually see a wider variety of patients in terms of ages and pathology since there are multiple providers present.
Clinical Psychology Associates of North Central Florida has a history of training neuropsychology and psychology residents.
Our Gainesville and Ocala offices are currently staffed by Ernest J. Bordini, Ph.D., licensed psychologist, a forensic neuropsychologist who has been practicing neuropsychology since 1989 and Benjamin Phalin, Ph.D., licensed psychologist.
We also offer neuropsychological pre-surgical evaluation of Parkinson's Disease and movement disorder deep brain stimulation surgery (DBS) candidates.
For information about our child and pediatric neuropsychology services, adhd assessment, and learning disorder assessments visit the linked websites.
For more about assessment of memory disorders and memory disorder clinic services visit our memory-disorder-clinic.com site.
Also visit our most popular CPANCF.COM neuropsychology-related webpages:
Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment
Head Injury /Concussion Classification
Brain and Head Injuries
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We offer comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation of head injuries, dementia, competency, defense and plaintiff IME's. Evaluation is offered for ages ranging from preschool to geriatrics. Typical forensic evaluations require two days of evaluation time and an additional day of scoring, writing and medical record review.