Working with children, adolescents, & young adults for sustainable change

You may wonder what to do when you or your child:

  • Under-achieve in school
  • Struggle to maintain focus
  • Show signs of ADHD
  • Take a pessimistic view of the world
  • Give up easily or becomes easily frustrated when something is challenging
  • Act surly or demanding
  • Spend too much time alone in their room or on a screen
  • Fail to manage T1 diabetes or other chronic illnesses

At Behavioral Neuropsychology

We do proactive, comprehensive assessments for answers to vexing problems/situations that impact functioning and development. We uncover and discover strengths to build resilience. Whether you, your child, teen, or young adult is under-achieving in school, experiencing depression, struggling to move out of the family home, feel confused about vocational options, or fail to manage T1 diabetes, our goal is to understand in detail you in your plight. When we meet you can expect our first step is to understand you, your goals, and your values. Then we recommend evidenced based services or interventions we believe will help.

Comprehensive psychological or neuropsychological assessment can help with diagnosis and treatment planning for (among others):

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Learning Disorders
  • Weak Executive Function
  • Slow Processing Speed
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Diabetes Adherence Issues

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As valuable as they are, assessment results are not the end of the story. We also need to enhance self-awareness, motivation, and confidence. Through enhancing self-efficacy, we help the individuals we work with, learn to identify and solve problems for themselves in the future.

Drs. Forster, Fulop, Cox and Karmel share a similar approach to comprehensive assessment and treatment. We consult and collaborate. We each have specific areas of expertise.

Learn more about Behavioral Diagnostics & Treatment providers

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