Neuropsychological Assessment (Ages 7+)

Neuropsychology Program Director:  Dr. Rosemary Toomey

Neuropsychology Supervisor:  Dr. Mark Richardson

Child Program Neuropsychology Supervisor: Dr. Rachel Merson

What we do

We offer comprehensive neuropsychological assessments for children, adolescents and adults to evaluate multiple domains of functioning, including intelligence, achievement, executive skills, attention, memory, visual spatial and psychomotor functioning, and others as needed.

The process

Neuropsychological Assessments are typically conducted over 2-4 sessions, for a total of 6-10 hours. An in-person feedback session is held to discuss results, and detailed written reports are provided. Assessments include a summary of test results, diagnoses if assigned, and recommendations.  Assessments are conducted by doctoral-level Clinical Psychology students supervised by licensed Clinical Neuropsychologists.  The entire process takes 2-3 months.  Assessments are provided on a sliding-scale fee schedule. Licensed psychologists are also available for a higher fee.

Who we see

We evaluate people with questions about their cognitive functioning.  Depending on results, we provide diagnoses, description of cognitive strengths and weaknesses and any interactions with psychological symptoms, and recommendations for improving cognitive functioning, including but not limited to specific interventions, accommodations (including academic), and compensatory strategies.


  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Learning Disorders
  • Academic problems of unknown origin
  • Cognitive deficits at work or in your personal life
  • Cognitive deficits associated with psychological disorders (e.g. depression) or medical disorders

We serve individuals age 7 and up (in-person).  *Note: hybrid option applies to those 13 and up only*

Already diagnosed with ADHD?

If you already have a diagnosis of ADHD and would like some strategies for managing symptoms, CARD offers that as well. Therapy for ADHD focuses on improving organization and concentration as well as identifying and resisting impulsive urges.

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