Interventional Neuropsychology Group (ING) at CARD
The Interventional Neuropsychology Group (ING) is a clinical research center that provides targeted neurocognitive rehabilitation/remediation services. We serve individuals with cognitive complaints related to neurologic, developmental, and neuropsychiatric difficulties.
Our approach: Clients undergo brief, targeted neuropsychological assessment to identify cognitive strengths and weaknesses. Based on these results, individuals are referred for available evidence-based group or individual cognitive-behavioral treatments, which are provided as either a clinical service or as part of ongoing institution-approved research studies.
A summary of test results and treatment recommendations will be reviewed with the client generally within two weeks of assessment. A copy of these results will also be provided to the client.
Who may benefit from ING services? Individuals with concerns about cognitive decline due to medical or neurologic conditions (e.g., Multiple Sclerosis, Movement Disorders, seizure-disorder, stroke), early-stage neurodegenerative diseases, Mild Cognitive Impairment, or mild head injury/simple concussion. Healthy individuals with cognitive concerns who are interested in learning ways to maintain optimal brain and cognitive functioning may also benefit.
If you would like learn if ING is the right place to address your cognitive needs, contact us directly through the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (at the number or email contact information provided above). We are happy to answer your questions.
Fees: Services are offered on a sliding-scale fee schedule. Please contact us for details.
Who we are: Assessment and treatment services are provided by doctoral-level psychology students who are closely supervised by board-certified clinical neuropsychologists.
[Link: Current clinical treatment/intervention programs]
Evidence-based cognitive-behavioral treatment for Attention/Executive Functioning: learn skills to improve attention and address problems with organization, planning, and procrastination. Group or individual treatment available. Groups meet weekly for 60 minutes on 9-12 week cycles.
[Link: Current institution-approved research protocols]: Check back in the fall!