Dr Walker has an admirable depth and breadth of knowledge and experience in this field. Lindsey Williams, Family Court Assessment Service
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Neuropsychological assessment is relevant to people with learning difficulties or learning disabilities, individuals with acquired brain injuries or anyone with a disease process that can affect the brain, such as a dementia.
One of the core aspects of Clinical Psychology practice is the assessment of an individual’s cognitive or thinking abilities. Questions relating to a person’s intellectual, memory, concentration and organizational functioning are among some of the key issues that can be addressed by an individualised neuropsychological evaluation. Often the questions posed to a Psychologist include:
These and other questions relating to management and rehabilitation of neuropsychological difficulties can be answered through an assessment.
Neuropsychological assessment involves taking a thorough history of the person’s development and abilities across time, accessing the observations of those who know the individual well and administration of a range of appropriate psychometric measures. When questions about diagnosis become pertinent, then collaboration with our medical colleagues is indicated.
We provide thorough, evidence-based and objective reports for Family, Criminal and Civil Courts. We also provide extensive and comprehensive reports for the Parole Board and Court of Protection.Read more
Across the age range, Compass Psychological Services provide individualized therapeutic interventions that are based on thorough assessments, detailed formulations and up to date research evidence.Read more
We have extensive experience of providing clinical supervision to Psychologists. With a growing client base from the NHS and Independent sectors, this represents an exciting development for our services.Read more
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