The Section of Neuropsychology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation is dedicated to excellence in patient care through the scientific study and investigation of the cognitive and behavioral deficits that arise from known or suspected illnesses or injuries that disrupt normal human brain function, the development and application of treatment interventions for these deficits, and the dissemination of this information to the health care community.
The evaluations and treatment interventions provided by the Section of Neuropsychology employ specialized testing procedures and cognitive-behavioral techniques that are empirically derived and applied within a nomothetic framework that strives to integrate medical, neurologic, and behavioral data with neuropsychological test findings for the purpose of relating neurocognitive deficits to neurologic status, treatment outcome and capacity to carry out tasks of daily living. In keeping with the scientific basis of clinical neuropsychology, the CCF Section of Neuropsychology is committed to advancing the standard of excellence in patient care via ongoing clinical research at CCF and in collaboration with other institutions and agencies. Given the rapidly evolving and expanding nature of neuropsychology and the neurosciences, the Section of Neuropsychology is dedicated to the process of professional growth, as well as education and training in order to provide the highest quality of professional care to patients and their caregivers.
Typically a patient is referred by their family physician, medical specialist or other Cleveland Clinic personnel. To make an appointment or referral during business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.), please call: 216.444.6115 or 800.223.2273 ext. 446115
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