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1) Neuropsychological Evaluation

2) Brain Rehab/Cognitive Enhancement

3) Psychotherapy 

4) Consultation


What is a neuropsychological assessment?

A comprehensive neuropsychological assessment includes an evaluation of cognitive, personality and emotional functioning. It is often sought out for diagnostic clarity and treatment planning. Procedures may include an interview, intelligence testing, academic testing, and a variety of other tasks that measure functions such as attention, memory, language, executive functioning, sensory-perceptual integrity, and fine motor skills. Analysis of the results will identify your unique cognitive signature, including potential strengths and weaknesses (s & w), which lead to recommendations in service of optimizing your functioning.

What should I expect?

Evaluations are typically computerized and paper-and-pencil based tasks that have been correlated to brain functioning. Overall, the testing process includes an initial interview, administration of tasks, scoring, interpretation and the generation of a comprehensive report. Depending on individual abilities, tolerance, and the referral question, the entire process may range anywhere between 10-15 hours.


What populations do you serve?

  • Children, Adult and Elderly

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Pre and Post Surgery

  • Epilepsy

  • Stroke

  • Cancer and Brain Tumors

  • ADHD

  • Learning Disorders

  • Dementia

  • PTSD

  • Bipolar Disorder 

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Schizophrenia 

  • Non-Clinical:  

    • 1) For individuals interested in their neurocognitive operations (s & w), and how they might improve their functioning.  

    • 2) Establishing an accurate baseline to improve future diagnosis and determine severity (should  there ever be a concern of any medical condition that may interfere with cognitive processing)


Brain Rehab &

Cognitive EnhancemenT 

  • Any notable brain injury will likely result in cognitive impairments. After determination of cognitive impairments through a neuropsychological evaluation, one question many ask is, "what can I do about it?" One answer is brain rehab/cognitive remediation.

  •  Cognitive remediation consists of:
    a)  Restoration: activities focused on restoring lost functions
    b)  Compensation: learning techniques to compensate for the impaired function .

  • CNC's brain rehabilitation program includes education on techniques/strategies to compensate for deficits as well as engaging in activities that may assist with restoration of functions. Only empirically supported techniques are used.

  • CNC also offers a cognitive enhancement program for healthy individuals who are interested in advancing their current functions so as to operate at an optimal level.


It is a very exciting time for psychotherapy! Research indicates that a trusting relationship in conjunction with the skilled use of psychotherapeutic techniques in a safe environment may promote adaptive changes in brain functioning. 

I use an integrated approach, tailoring evidence-based schools of thought to best fit your personality and presenting problem. My goal is to form a relationship that will improve your inner quality of life, and promote harmony in everyday living. I aspire to help you live a fulfilling and meaningful life, reducing unnecessary suffering. 

I offer therapy in person and teletherapy.

What populations do you serve?

  • Adolescent, Adult and Elderly

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Trauma

  • Adjustment to medical conditions

  • Phase of life issues

  • Bereavement/Coping with end of life issues

  • Chronic Pain

  • Relational Issues

  • Phobias

  • Self-Esteem



  • Meditation Program

    • One-hour meditations are scheduled once a week: Wednesdays at 10 AM. In addition to teaching meditation and engaging in the practice together with small groups (3 - 5), he incorporates neurofeedback to track progress over time. If you are interested please click here for more information and reach out to (space is limited).

  • SAGE program

    • This educational program integrates evidence-based practices to help young adults improve self-regulation (e.g. emotions, thoughts, and impulses), awareness, goal-attainment and emotional intelligence. All students will work directly with Dr. Chan and may be in person or virtual. If interested please click here for more information.



  • Consultation is NOT psychotherapy. 

  • Consultation services are for individuals interested in meeting with Dr. Chan for the purposes of education and advising. 

  • Consultation services include (but not limited to):

    • Scientific viability (of an aim, program, project)

    • Research methodology 

    • Optimizing planning and decision-making

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