Please Note: During this difficult time of dealing with COVID-19, you do not have to wait to have an evaluation or to receive therapy. Dr. Fine is able to provide the following services:
1. Most evaluations can be conducted via videoconferencing, so you can be evaluated from the safety of your home. Research demonstrates neuropsychological evaluations produce comparable results whether conducted in person or via videoconferencing (Brearly et al., 2017).
2. Therapy can be conducted via telephone or videoconferencing. Research demonstrates similar outcomes and patient satisfaction when compared to therapy conducted in person (Turvey, 2012).
Please call or email for more information.
About Dr. Fine
Dr. Emily B. Fine, Ph.D., QME is a clinical neuropsychologist, licensed clinical psychologist, and qualified medical evaluator (QME), who has extensive experience conducting forensic psychology and neuropsychology evaluations for workers' compensation, fitness-for-duty, peace officer pre-employment, immigration, personal injury, criminal forensic, social security disability, veteran compensation and pension, and capacity, as well as evaluations of mental health and cognitive disorders for diagnostic and treatment purposes.
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MCI & Dementia Evaluations
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Learning Disorder Evaluations
Learning disorders are neurologically-based processing problems that can interfere with learning basic skills such as reading, writing and/or math.
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