Dinklage Associates is a neuropsychological assessment and consultation service for children and adults (ages 3-90). We provide comprehensive assessment of a broad range of learning disabilities, school and vocational difficulties, brain injury, and social/emotional challenges. Careful assessment of the role of school and family context, mood, motivation, and psychiatric status are part of any evaluation.
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Dr. Louise Eckart, Ph.D. and her associates are clinical psychologists who provide diagnostic evaluations of children and adults, using psychological, neurodevelopmental, and educational testing.
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I have been conducting evaluations with children, adolescents, and adults for 20 years. People are referred for testing by schools, physicians, therapists, or themselves. I work in collaboration with the client (or their family) in order to answer the question that brought you here, namely trying to understand and resolve the particular problem with which you are struggling. Together we will discuss different testing options and determine which type of evaluation (e.g., psychological, educational, neuropsychological) is going to best answer your question.
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Dr. Steven Hentoff has over 25 years experience as a clinical psychologist and pediatric neuropsychologist serving the greater Boston and Metro West areas. He works with children (6+), adolescents and adults with a variety of mental health, developmental, neurological and learning issues.
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Welcome to the neuropsychological testing and psychotherapy practice of Dr. Jessica Fradkin Gashin. I am a licensed psychologist who provides neuropsychological and psychological testing as well as individual therapy to children, adolescents, and adults and family couples therapy in Newton Centre.
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Elizabeth W. Goodell, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist specializing in neuropsychology. From 1997-1998, Dr. Goodell worked as staff neuropsychologist/assistant director of the Good Samaritan Neurobehavioral Evaluation Center, Stoughton, MA. Afterwards, she founded and served as director of Landmark Diagnostic Center, Prides Crossing (1999-2000). Since 2001 she has been in private practice in Ipswich, MA. In addition to having taught college courses on language acquisition, hearing impairment, and psycholinguistics, she lectures on a variety of topics including neuropsychology, testing, and child development. Special interests include learning differences, dyslexia, and Asperger Syndrome. She has over 15 years of clinical experience.
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Dr. Kulis conducts neuropsychological and psychological (projective) assessments for school aged children through young adulthood. She sees a wide range of individuals with expertise in working with children with learning, attention, and executive functioning challenges as well as developmental delays and autism spectrum. She has a special interest in working with complex learners that may also struggle with emotional challenges and psychiatric conditions. Dr. Kulis also regularly participates in transition assessments focusing on the needs of adolescents as they emerge into adulthood.
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