Assessments of adults usually stem from one or more challenges related to learning, attention, memory, executive functions (such as planning, problem-solving and decision-making), interpersonal relationships, or work-related matters. An assessment usually involves examining all aspects of cognition and personality functions to fully understand the nature of these life challenges. Only when the problem is understood comprehensively can an intervention or plan of action be developed. This may involve consultation with various other medical professionals.
A QEEG assessment, which is a functional study of the brain, in conjunction with a neuropsychological evaluation may assist with understanding the nature of the problem, and may also provide information about treatment as well.
When the problem has been comprehensively documented, a plan of action is developed to address the problem. This plan may involve consultation with different medical professionals to further develop the appropriate plan of intervention to solve these life challenges.
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To learn more about QEEG, click here.
To learn more about Neurotherapy, click here.