Neuropsychological Assessment and Attachment

Neurodevelopmental disabilities can interfere with gaining foundational skills for education as well as for rewarding relationships. Likewise, a history of trauma or neglect can lead to developmental delays with similar presentations. It can be difficult to accurately identify how each of these factors contribute to problems with learning and behavior based on subjective information, especially when multiple factors occur together. A comprehensive assessment supports the treatment process by identifying underlying issues based on objective data about an individual’s strengths and weaknesses. When these issues are addressed with both compassion and a clear understanding of how they impact self-regulation and learning, pathways for growth and healing can be identified.

Date/Time: Saturday, 11:30 am
Speaker: Lynne Hartman
Room: Red 7/8