Neuropsychology | Male
Envisage Neuropsychology PC
200 Park Ave S # 1118A
New York, NY 10003
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I am pleased and excited to announce the opening of my private practice, where I will continue to provide neuropsychological evaluations and related services for preschoolers through young adults. I will continue to provide families with thorough evaluations, timely reports written in user-friendly language, and a willingness to collaborate with school personnel and other professionals who may be working with the student.
Following a combined 15 years of experience at the NYU Child Study Center and Child Mind Institute, I have a broad based understanding of the many issues that our children, teens, and young adults may face – whether one wants a better understanding of the student's strengths, weaknesses, and learning differences, or a diagnostic area needs further investigation, such as learning disabilities, ADHD, autism spectrum, language delay, or social-emotional difficulties. I have had extensive experience helping families and those professionals working with them to determine and secure appropriate educational settings for their children and to decide upon a suitable plan for therapies and related services, as well as to establish specific strategies and accommodations to help students succeed.
The primary services I will be offering include:
As I have for the past 10 years, I will continue to run a robust externship training program for doctoral students in clinical, school, health, and counseling psychology programs. My well-trained and closely supervised doctoral students make it possible to offer a sliding scale for evaluations and writing remediation.
To those of you who know me well, I look forward to continue our collaboration, and to any new folks who may be receiving this announcement, I look forward to getting to know you and your work better. Please feel free to contact me with any questions about my practice.
No malpractice history found for New York.
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No sanctions history found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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No board actions found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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