Are you are having trouble concentrating? Does your mind seem to wander anywhere except where you need to focus? Do friends or family say you just don’t listen? Do you read the same information over and over and don’t seem to “get it”? Do you have trouble beginning projects that will either be difficult or uninteresting, and wait until the last minute to start? Are you easily distracted by what is going on around you or random thoughts that pop into your head? Do you make lists of things you need to accomplish and ignore or lose them? If any of these questions seem to apply to you, I can help. I provide evaluation and recommendations for adults whose daily functioning is affected by problems with attention, concentration, memory, and mood.


Neuropsychological evaluation is an evidence-based method for identifying cognitive, academic, emotional, and behavioral strengths and weaknesses. Using your strengths, we develop treatment recommendations and strategies to work with the weaknesses, to improve functioning in your daily life. I specialize in working with adults who have problems with attention, concentration, memory, thinking, understanding, and mood associated with:

  • Adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and other developmental conditions such as autism spectrum (ASD) and specific learning disabilities (SLD)
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and concussion (mTBI)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Conditions that may affect memory and thinking such as mood, sleep, and stress


Understanding how the brain affects behavior is the first step to creating meaningful and lasting improvement in daily living. Knowledge and understanding become powerful tools for improving the quality of your life.