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About Us

Doctors at Piece by Piece: Neurobehavioral Services approach all clinic work by first seeking to understand and build a foundation of a comfortable and trusting relationship. 

We work with children, adolescents, and adults, both individually and as family systems, offering neuropsychological and psychological testing. 

Put simply, we listen carefully so we can understand your concerns. We then collect information to quantify what is going on with thinking, feeling, and behavior. Finally, we use the results to plan the best way, based upon research, to improve lives for individuals and families.  

Now offering short-term, goal-focused cognitive-behavioral treatments! 

 

What signs or behavior might indicate the need for an evaluation?

Children/Adolescents

Adults/Older Adults

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  • Poor grades, negative teacher comments, difficulty grasping academic concepts.

  • Poor attention to details, problems staying on task, low organization.

  • Hyperactivity, impulsivity, defiance, rule-violating behaviors.

  • Irritability, sadness, excessive worry, emotional outbursts.

  • Difficulty making or maintaining friendships, poor use and understanding of social skills, disinterest in socializing.

  • Changes in short-term memory, such as asking the same question repeatedly or forgetfulness of recent information.

  • Misplacing/losing items.

  • Becoming lost easily while driving or in familiar places.

  • Not appearing to be listening or getting confused in conversation.

  • Difficulty speaking, finding words, or understanding what others say. 

  • Challenges recognizing things or familiar people.

  • Disorientation while driving or around home/stores.

  • Poor judgment/decision-making.

  • Unexplained changes in personality (ex: development of delusions or hallucinations).

  • New difficulty understanding or managing finances, medication, or self-care activities.

 

Our evaluations help determine underlying conditions to guide treatment.


Follow-up evaluations allow us to monitor progression and to  identify how to modify treatment. 

 
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  • ADHD

  • Learning Disorders

  • Autism

  • Behavior Disorders 

  • Dyspraxia

  • Sensory Processing

  • Anxiety/Depression or other mood issues

  • Personality Disorders

  • Psychosis

  • Brain Injury/Concussions

  • Neurological Conditions (e.g., Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Epilepsy)

  • TIA/Stroke

  • Alzheimer's Disease /Dementia 

  • Aphasia 

  • Brain tumors

  • Infections of the brain and spinal cord