Personality and emotional testing: assessment of an individual's current coping methods, emotional state and personality style through objective instruments.
Psychotherapy: cognitive-behavioral approach typically used to treat a wide variety of psychological conditions as a result of an individual's physical difficulties. Resolving negative emotional experiences, increasing effective coping styles and healthy behavior, and greater interpersonal communication are all possible goals for this treatment, depending on the needs of the individual and their family.
Neuropsychological consultation is available to help in diagnosing cognitive, behavioral or emotional difficulties related to known or suspected brain injury or disorder and to assist with life planning and treatment.
These include a broad array of conditions, including traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain tumor, anoxia, neurodegenerative diseases, and other conditions that can affect brain functioning.
The Brain Injury Clinic offers rehabilitation services for adults with mild to moderate disability related to neuropsychological impairments from non-progressive conditions.
Services typically have a return-to-work or school focus. A neuropsychologist conducts an intake diagnostic interview and prepares a case formulation that takes account of all relevant factors and will be the basis for interdisciplinary treatment. This will include neuropsychological testing if not previously done.
Appropriate patients then receive multidisciplinary care that may include psychological counseling, occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, and case management.
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services
Chronic Pain Rehabilitation Program
Community Behavioral Services
Community Reintegration Program
Independent Living Skills services
Young Adult Psychotherapy Group