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Dr. Dane Higgins


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Offering neuropsychological assessment of a variety of patient populations, such as those with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), dementia-related memory loss, other neurodegenerative illnesses, movement disorders, acquired brain injuries through traumatic brain injury or stroke, or postconcussion syndrome.  Testing can address questions about competence, return-to-work issues vs. disability, differential diagnosis issues (e.g., depression vs. dementia), AD/HD, intellectual functioning, and learning disorders.  Specialty with memory disorders and differential diagnosis among the various dementia syndromes and related symptomatology.

Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services (CNS)
Chief Clinical Neuropsychologist and Director of Clinical Services

New Location:

2440 N. Litchfield Road, Suite #210, Goodyear, AZ 85395


On Litchfield Road, about a mile north of the I-10 Freeway

Please call (623) 977-6860 to schedule an evaluation, or Fax referral to (623) 977-2016

Definition of a Clinical Neuropsychologist:

A clinical neuropsychologist is a professional within the field of psychology with special expertise in the applied science of brain-behavior relationships. Clinical neuropsychologists use this knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and/or rehabilitation of patients across the lifespan with neurological, medical, neurodevelopmental and psychiatric conditions, as well as other cognitive and learning disorders.  The clinical neuropsychologist uses psychological, neurological, cognitive, behavioral, and physiological principles, techniques and tests to evaluate patients' neurocognitive, behavioral, and emotional strengths and weaknesses and their relationship to normal and abnormal central nervous system functioning.  The clinical neuropsychologist uses this information and information provided by other medical/healthcare providers to identify and diagnose neurobehavioral disorders, and plan and implement intervention strategies.  The specialty of clinical neuropsychology is recognized by the American Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association. Clinical neuropsychologists are independent practitioners (healthcare providers) of clinical neuropsychology and psychology.

Definition of a Clinical Neuropsychologist, 1989. The Clinical Neuropsychologist 3(1), pp.22

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