Cognitive and Behavioral Consultants is now offering Neuropsychological Evaluations for individuals aged three through adulthood. There are many ways a neuropsychological assessment can be beneficial, including:

  • Explaining why an individual is struggling to achieve his/her academic potential.
  • Determining how an existing diagnosis, such as depression, anxiety, or ADHD, impacts learning and cognitive processing.
  • Highlighting an individual’s learning profile, which guides our formulation of comprehensive recommendations for home and school.
  • Diagnostic clarification.
  • Determining if a student qualifies for accommodations (i.e. extended time) in school and on standardized tests.
  • Developing an appropriate plan to support a student in

Within our evaluations, we assess multiple aspects of cognition, namely:

  • Language Processing
  • Nonverbal Reasoning
  • Processing Speed
  • Memory
  • Attention
  • Executive Functioning
  • Academics
  • Social

Following the evaluation, we work closely with our patients to ensure that recommendations are able to be effectively implemented. Oftentimes, this involves collaboration with teachers, therapists, and physicians.

Additionally, CBC offers individual and group sessions supporting the development of executive functions, including: planning, scheduling, organizing, getting started, and persisting in the face of a challenge.

For more information about our assessment services, please contact Dr. Rachel Haddad, Director of Neuropsychological Assessment and Educational Support at (914)385-1150, ext. 4718.

Dr. Rachel Haddad is Director of Neuropsychological Assessment and Educational Support. She specializes in neuropsychological testing and diagnostic distinctions between psychological and learning problems for preschoolers, children, adolescents and adults.

 Dr. Haddad also specializes in executive functioning support and coaching, facilitating the development of critically important life skills including organization, time management, planning, problem solving strategies, working memory, and initiation. She treats patients individually and leads groups and workshops for children and parents. Dr. Haddad has supervised trainees at the graduate and postdoctoral levels, and was recently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Albert Einstein School of Medicine.