The Barrow Neuropsychology Program in Phoenix, Arizona encompasses the Department of Clinical Neuropsychology and the Center for Transitional Neurorehabilitation. These clinical areas provide services to a wide range of patients with known or suspected neurological conditions, including:
- traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- stroke and other types of cerebrovascular accidents
- cerebral and cerebellar aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations
- multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders
- Alzheimer’s disease and frontotemporal dementia
- malignant and benign brain tumors
Pre- and Postsurgical Neuropsychological Assessment and Treatment
Patients being considered for certain neurosurgical procedures undergo neuropsychological evaluation before surgery.
patients who have undergone brain surgery are offered neuropsychological evaluation to determine what neuropsychological rehabilitation might be needed. Evaluation takes place at the Inpatient Neurorehabilitation Unit, the Outpatient Neuropsychological Consultation Services, or the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit and is administered by the staff of the clinical neuropsychology department. Some of these individuals are then treated at the Center for Transitional Neuro-Rehabilitation, under the clinical leadership of Pamela Klonoff, PhD.
Clinical Education and Research
The Neuropsychology Program is actively involved in training and research. The Section has a 2-year Residency Program in Clinical Neuropsychology that prepares clinical psychologists to seek board certification and to ultimately function as independent practitioners.
There are a number of ongoing research projects conducted by the neuropsychologists within the Section of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Learn More about the Barrow Neuropsychology Program
For more information, please call the ResourceLink Information and Referral Service at 1-800-BARROW1 (227-7691) or (602) 406-6281.