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NT - Neuropsychological Testing


What is NT?

Neuropsychological testing is a comprehensive assessment of cognitive and behavioral functions using a set of standardized tests and procedures. This type of testing evaluates a range of brain functions including memory, attention, problem-solving, motor functioning, language skills, visuospatial ability, and executive functioning. The primary purpose is to diagnose neurological and psychiatric conditions, help understand the individual's cognitive strengths and weaknesses, and inform treatment planning.

Why Choose The Anxiety Center for NT?

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Expertise and Specialization

The Anxiety Center employs a team of highly qualified and experienced neuropsychologists who specialize in the assessment of a wide range of neurological and psychiatric conditions. This expertise ensures accurate diagnosis and effective treatment planning.

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Comprehensive and Customized Assessment

At TAC, we understand that each individual is unique. Our approach to neuropsychological testing is tailored to meet the specific needs and concerns of each client, providing a comprehensive evaluation that addresses all relevant aspects of cognitive functioning.

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Integrated Care Approach

Choosing TAC for neuropsychological testing means accessing a multidisciplinary team that collaborates to integrate test findings into a holistic treatment plan. This could include therapy, medication management, educational and vocational interventions, and other support services as needed.

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Supportive and Confidential Environment

We provide a supportive, respectful, and confidential testing environment, which is essential for clients to feel comfortable and perform at their best during the assessment process.

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State-of-the-Art Tools and Techniques

TAC uses the latest and most advanced neuropsychological testing instruments and methodologies. This commitment to utilizing cutting-edge technology and techniques ensures that our assessments are both current and highly reliable.

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Actionable Insights and Guidance

The detailed reports and actionable insights provided at the end of the testing process at TAC help clients and their families understand the underlying issues and navigate the next steps in treatment or management of the condition.

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How Does Neuropsychological Testing Work?


Initial Consultation

This typically involves a clinical interview where the neuropsychologist gathers detailed information about the individual’s medical history, symptoms, educational background, and any specific concerns.


Testing Sessions

The individual undergoes a series of tests that are carefully selected based on the initial consultation. These tests are usually paper-and-pencil or computer-based tasks that measure specific areas of cognitive functioning. The duration of testing can vary, generally lasting anywhere from a few hours to a full day, depending on the complexity of the symptoms and the detailed nature of the assessment needed.


Analysis and Report

After the testing, the neuropsychologist will analyze the results to identify patterns of cognitive strengths and weaknesses. This analysis helps in understanding how the different areas of the brain are functioning.


Feedback Session

The results are compiled into a detailed report, and a feedback session is conducted with the individual and, if appropriate, family members. During this session, the neuropsychologist will explain the findings, provide a diagnosis if applicable, and recommend treatment options or strategies for managing the identified challenges.

Disorders that we treat

Know more about our special approach of the conditions that we treat

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General, Health, Social, etc.

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Pediatric Neuropsychiatric

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Mood Disorder

Bipolar, Depression, Disruptive

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Neurodevelopmental D.

Autism, ADHD, etc.

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Behavioral Disorders

Attention, Borderline, etc.

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