Phyllis Sanchez, Ph.D.

Psychology/Neuropsychology

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Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology Services

Assessments

During each evaluation we conduct a comprehensive, structured interview covering medical, psychiatric and social history, as well as specific assessments of each of the following:
  • Intellectual functioning
  • Academic abilities
  • Attention and concentration
  • Verbal and visual memory
  • Motor and visual-motor functioning
  • Language skills
  • Concept formation, reasoning, problem solving and executive skills
  • Emotional status

Review of Records

Also known as "peer review," we will review your client's medical and other documents to determine whether the records indicate any possible neurobehavioral deficits or potential brain dysfunction.

Such a review of records is especially useful when previous neuropsychological evaluations have been inconclusive or have yielded conflicting results, but it can also be used to determine whether a comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation is warranted.

Referrals

We consider contract, forensic and other evaluations on a case by case basis. We welcome your questions about which assessments may be appropriate for your patient or client.

We want to maximize the benefits of our evaluation for both you and your client, so please feel free to contact us to discuss your particular needs. Our waiting list is typically two to eight weeks.

Follow-up

After the evaluation, we will send you a comprehensive, confidential, formal report detailing the test results and discussing therapeutic recommendations.

We invite your telephone calls at any time, and we will be happy to discuss any questions you may have regarding the evaluation. We may also give your patient verbal feedback, if you request it, as well as a copy of the report, unless you prefer otherwise.