Treatment areas include:
- Cognitive deficits
- Medication compliance
- Behavioral treatment of sleep disorders
- Pain management
- Family conflict
Neuropsychological evaluations provide detailed information regarding an individual’s attention, memory, language, visual processing, executive abilities and emotional status. Patients are referred by their physician for a neuropsychological evaluation to clarify areas of strength and difficulty following an injury to the brain and to provide diagnostic information.
Psychological therapy is available to provide emotional support for patients and their families adjusting to living with chronic pain, illness or disability, as well as the treatment of anxiety and depression. Psychological treatment services often include the patient and their family members working together to address adjustments to lifestyle changes.