Comprehensive Neuropsychological
and Psychological Services

Dr. Suzanne Kenneally
Phone: 303-960-9291
Fax: 303-265-9409
Contact@DrSuzanneKenneally.com

Jeanette Kirshbaum, M.S., L.P.C.
Phone: 720-322-4200
Fax: 303-223-3416
Contact@JeanetteKirshbaumLPC.com


Insurance Accepted:
Out of network coverage is often available to cover costs for patients with other insurance providers.



EVALUATIONS


Neuropsychological Evaluation accesses all aspects of cognitive functioning to identify areas of deficit and areas of strength. The resulting diagnosis can be used to aid in the development of an appropriate treatment plan and identify alternative or contributory factors such as depression, sleep disorder, or neurologic disorder. The evaluation is approximately eight hours in length and consists of a clinical interview and several hours of non-invasive testing.

Psychological Evaluation assesses for stress and psychological issues, such as chronic pain, anxiety, and depression and how these factors are impacting everyday functioning. The initial evaluation takes about three hours and consists of a clinical interview, followed by psychological testing.

Pain Evaluation assesses the ability to cope with chronic pain: how chronic pain is impacting daily life, and the impact of your pain on psychological factors, such as depression and anxiety. The initial evaluation takes about three hours and consists of a clinical interview followed by psychological testing with a specific focus on pain-related factors.

Surgical Outcome Evaluation assesses aspects of injury, pain level, treatment successes, support systems, and coping abilities to identify psychological indicators that could potentially impact the ability to recover from surgery. The initial evaluation takes about four hours and consists of a clinical interview followed by psychological testing with a specific focus on surgical outcome.

Forensic Evaluations are assessments that may include both psychological and neuropsychological tests. These evaluations are often requested to answer specific diagnostic or treatment questions in cases involving the legal system. Independent medical evaluations (IME) are a type of forensic evaluations often requested when a patient is experiencing delayed recovery and a third party review of treatment to date may improve patient outcome.

Compentency/Geriatric Evaluations are intended to determine a person's ability to function independently. For example: can a person make their own medical decisions, handle their finances, drive, or return to work safely? Competency is both a legal and medical term, and assessments are designed to answer specific referral questions.