The Neuropsychology Service in the Department of Neurology provides comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for a wide range of conditions affecting thinking, emotions, functioning, and behavior. Evaluations provide detailed information on cognitive functioning, including memory, attention, problem solving, and planning. This information can help you and your doctor understand problems or changes in the brain that are impacting your thinking, emotions, or ability to complete day-to-day activities. Neuropsychological evaluation assists doctors with making a diagnosis and helps you and your doctor make treatment decisions. Evaluations also can be repeated to identify changes over time. Based on the evaluation, recommendations are provided to help individuals and families adapt to cognitive impairments and improve quality of life. Conditions we see include seizure disorders, dementia, brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, and long COVID.

Neuropsychological evaluations are provided by Sarah Tarbox-Berry, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in evaluation and assessment.

Neuropsychological Evaluation Referral Guidelines June 2024.pdf

To schedule and appointment, please call (313) 745-4275.

SarahTarbox-Berry, PhD
Clinical Psychologist,
Neuropsychology Service
Department of Neurology