Clinical Neuropsychology Service (CNS)

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The Clinical Neuropsychology Service (CNS) provides comprehensive cognitive assessments to adult patients ages 16 and over. Patients with known or suspected central nervous system injury or illness may be evaluated to assist in diagnosis, or to delineate cognitive and functional status.

Clinical Services

1) Comprehensive diagnostic neuropsychological evaluation of adults
2) Therapeutic interventions for coping and memory compensation with neurological patients

Research

Each faculty member is involved with research with neuropsychological, behavioral, and or emotional endpoints.

Training Opportunities

The CNS typically recruits one full-time Neuropsychology clinical postdoctoral fellow every two years, and annually recruits one major rotation Neuropsychology predoctoral intern.

Contact

Faculty:
Deborah Attix, PhD, ABPP/CN
Sarah E. Cook, PhD
Guy G. Potter, PhD (inpatient services)
Kathleen Welsh-Bohmer, PhD, ABPP/CN

Data Technicians:
Vicki Dixon, MA (Lab Manager)
Stanley Williams
Elizabeth Minnich
Julie Johnson
Brittany Walls