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Therapy Changes Welcomes Dr. Mike Campbell

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It is such a pleasure to join Therapy Changes where I will be supporting clients with neuropsychological assessments. This partnership was several years in the making, and I am thrilled to become a member of the team.

I have a passion for the field of neuropsychology. This fascinating area of study examines the relationship between behavior, emotion, and cognition with brain function. Neuropsychology allows me to work closely with clients to develop a cognitive profile of an individual’s strengths and weaknesses. We accomplish this through cognitive and motor-based assessments. In a highly collaborative approach, we examine the integrity of the underlying brain structures in an effort to optimize strengths and develop skills to strengthen areas of impact. At Therapy Changes our neuropsychological assessments specifically focus on attention, concentration, memory, visual processing, sensory development, executive and personality functioning, to name just a few.

Often, a great deal of anxiety results when individuals recognize potential limitations in cognition, attention, or memory. In delivering service with a “white glove” approach, I believe in treating each client as a family member while explaining each step of the neuropsychological process along the way. There are no bad questions. And, no question goes unanswered! Also, I consider it an honor to partner with spouses, significant others, or family members when needed to support optimal functioning and to ensure the best outcomes for each of my clients.

I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Neuropsychologist specializing in adult, child, and adolescent neuropsychological evaluations. I earned my doctorate from the University of Southern California (USC Rossier School) with a specialization in educational psychology, child and adult learning behaviors. I further completed advanced postdoctoral training in adult and pediatric neuropsychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and Fielding Graduate University.

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