Neuropsychology

Diagnostic psychological and neuropsychological assessments

The Neuropsychology service at Transitions Professional Center provides comprehensive cognitive and psychological assessments for adult and geriatric patients with suspected cognitive impairment. We work with a variety of populations including (but not limited to) patients with: dementia, movement disorders, stroke, brain injury, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, or serious medical conditions such as cancer.

What is a neuropsychological evaluation?

Neuropsychological evaluation involves the systematic assessment of cognitive and emotional functions, including areas such as intelligence, learning and memory, attention, language, visual perception, and sensorimotor functioning, personality and mood. A neuropsychological evaluation can be helpful for medical providers by providing diagnostic information and treatment recommendations. It can also provide information about the individual’s ability to work and their capacity to make decisions, which can assist with long term planning

What types of patients do we see?

Patients with documented neurological conditions including:

  • Dementia
  • Movement Disorders
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Epilepsy

Patients with neuromedical illness or injury including:

  • Cancer
  • Renal Failure
  • Cardiovascular Disease

Payment options:

Payment with cash, check or credit card accepted. We are on many insurance panels, including, but not limited to, Medicare, BCBS, MODA, and Providence. We check every potential patient’s insurance prior to scheduling so that we can verify whether or not they will have an out of pocket cost and if so, give them an estimate.

How do you make a referral?

All potential clients must be referred by their primary care physician or other medical specialist in order to access our services. To make a referral, call (503) 972-7090 or fax a referral that includes the patient’s demographic and insurance information to (503) 972-7093.

Who are we?

  • Dr. Haley Trontel, Ph.D., Neuropsychologist