Neuropsychological testing focuses on a person’s cognitive functioning rather than the emotional aspects of a person, which are explored in psychological testing.
Neuropsychological testing explores how different regions of the brain are functioning, which may be driving strengths or weaknesses in different cognitive areas. These strengths and weaknesses may translate into a formal learning disability or an attention disorder, or they may simply explain a person’s learning style or academic/work preferences. They may also explain why someone is struggling in a particular job or academic program..
How a person learns, how they remember information, how they reason and how they process information are some of the areas targeted by Neuropsychological testing.
While IAS can perform this evaluation individually, depending on the client’s needs, our strength comes from our experience in offering a total integrated package.
For more information or to discuss the benefits of testing with Dr. Kulish, please contact IAS.