Moving You Forward

Cognitive Testing and Psychotherapy Services


Services for Adults

(Ages 17 and Older)

Neuropsychological evaluations can be provided for a range of conditions impacting cognitive functioning. These include the following: traumatic brain injury (TBI), disordered attention (e.g., ADD/ADHD), learning disability, dementia/Alzheimer's disease, cerebrovascular accident (CVA or "stroke"), epilepsy, multiple sclerosis (MS), Lyme disease, and psychiatric conditions impacting cognition. Please see below for additional information.

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What our customers are saying

I will recommend Dr. Brummett to anyone who needs his services. He is very friendly, professional and makes you feel at ease. I walked away extremely happy with my results! He validated what I had been saying for the last 40+ years where math was concerned.

 - Patty

Have you had a concussion or acquired brain injury? Drs. Brummett and Cianciulli work with survivors of brain injury across the lifespan to help you better understand the effects and the course of recovery so that you can achieve the highest possible level of functioning. 

Dr. Mullen provides clinical services to support elders and their families to navigate brain change.

Memory Problems

Memory problems can be very concerning, but did you know that there are many treatable conditions that may to blame? Dr. Brummett provides baseline testing and memory screening evaluations to diagnose memory problems such as dementia (e.g., Alzheimer's disease) and guide/monitor treatment.

Disordered Attention

Problems with attention can occur for many reasons. Dr. Brummett will conduct a detailed interview and evaluation to help you identify what might be the source of the problem and provide suggestions for treatment.

Ability to Make Decisions

Do you have a family member or patient who seems to be having decision-making difficulties? Dr. Brummett can provide an evaluation to help determine whether or not help is needed to make important decisions.