By partnering with NeuroScience, Inc. and Genomind, Neurobehavioral Sciences, P.C. is able to extend its services to clinicians and health care professionals whose concentration is in the field of neuropsychology
Lehi, Utah (PRWEB) January 28, 2015
The field of neuropsychology goes deep into a patient's cognitive patterns correlating these with their emotional and behavioral patterns. Extensive evaluations, clinically tested and proven, are required to provide a comprehensive assessment of the patient's conditions and predispositions. Information gathered herein is then used to create a treatment plan specific to the patient's condition.
By partnering with NeuroScience, Inc. and Genomind, Neurobehavioral Sciences, P.C. is able to extend its services to clinicians and health care professionals whose concentration is in the field of neuropsychology. In like manner, patients are provided with more comprehensive tests; allowing for a more specific, customized treatment plan.
NeuroScience, Inc. and Genomind, bring to the table their range of medical testing services, where specimen collection kits are supplied to patients and then collected for evaluation at the laboratory or clinic.
With the integration of these services into Neurobehavioral Science's own clinical evaluation and assessment services, the extent of neuropsychological conditions of patients are determined more comprehensively, thus providing an even more patient-specific treatment plan.
For more information on clinical evaluations and tests, visit http://www.neurobehavioralsciences.com.
About Neurobehavioral Sciences P.C.:
Spearheaded by Dr. Sharelle Baldwin, a licensed Clinical Neuropsychologist, Neurobehavioral Sciences P.C. provides Clinical Neuropsychological Evaluations. With specialized trainings in the fields of Forensic Civil Law, Forensic Criminal Law and Forensic Correctional/Police Psychology, Neurobehavioral Sciences P.C. also provides Clinical Forensic Psychology Evaluations and Clinical Psychoeducational Evaluations. Dr. Baldwin has worked as a Program/Clinical/Assessment Director at the Aspen Institute for Behavioral Assessment. For more information, call (801) 368-8791 or visit http://www.neurobehavioralsciences.com/.