Dr. Karen Conti Lindem and Dr. Sean Hyde O’Brien are licensed psychologists who have completed intensive post-doctoral training in Clinical Neuropsychology and have worked in a wide range of hospital, university, and therapeutic settings (most recently as director and staff of The Learning Lab @ Lesley University) prior to opening the Cambridge Center for Neuropsychology and Learning. They have collaborated on hundreds of cases together and provide a rare “Team Approach” to assessment, where both doctors will be personally involved in your care.
Dr.’s Lindem and O’Brien use a comprehensive, integrative approach to Neuropsychological Assessment to evaluate a wide range of conditions including:
•Reading, Writing, and Math Disorders •Attention/Executive Functioning Disorders •Autistic/Pervasive Developmental Disorders •Language-Based Learning Disorders •Communication and Language Disorders •Giftedness •Twice-Exceptional Learners (i.e., Gifted plus ADHD/LD)
Unlocking Learning Potential:
CCNL provides neuropsychological evaluations that take the mystery out of why learning may be a struggle for your child. We provide expert neuropsychological evaluation to address learning challenges from many angles.
- We believe that families benefit when they fully understand how their child learns, so that they can be active participants in their child's pursuit of learning.
- We believe that children should be helped to understand how they learn best, and what gets in the way of learning. In this way, they can become advocates for themselves.
- We believe that sometimes children and families need more assistance than schools and other agencies may be able to provide.
We believe that we can help.
CCNL, 2464 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 230, Cambridge, MA 02140, 617-354-5050, firstname.lastname@example.org