Frequently Asked Questions

What is a clinical neuropsychologist? And how are they different from other Psychologists?

A Clinical Neuropsychologist has expertise in the assessment and treatment of individuals with a brain injury or other neurological condition.  They work with a wide range of ages and conditions such as Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), tumours, toxic and metabolic disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, Dementia, and Parkinson’s Disease.

They differ from other types of psychologists in the level of training completed and in their degree of specialism.  A Clinical Neuropsychologist routinely carries out detailed neuropsychological evaluations to assess your thinking skills and to inform treatment plans.  They have an in-depth understanding of how your thinking skills, emotions, and behaviours can be affected by your brain injury or neurological condition.




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Dr Cherilyn Lewis Neuropsychologist HCPC

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