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​Our expertise


​Neuropsychology is a specialty of psychology that lies at the crossroads of neuroscience. Its aim is to study the links between the functioning of the brain and behavior. ​ This specialized branch of psychology assesses intellectual abilities, memory, attention, executive functions, reasoning, visuospatial abilities and praxes. This assessment seeks to identify cognitive, behavioral and emotional dysfunctions that may be specific to certain neuropsychological disorders or cognitive impairments. The psychologist will begin with an assessment which is for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. On the one hand, it allows an objective diagnosis through diverse tools, including psychometric tests. And on the other hand, as part of individual or group care (remediation and metacognition workshop), the assessment allows young patients and their parents to learn how to better manage difficulties. The process of a neuropsychological evaluation is carried out in three stages. First of all, it is necessary to conduct an interview with the parents. One or two consultations with the child follow to collect quantified data using standardized tests and to develop clinical assessment. Finally, a consultation is dedicated to the restitution of the results with a report given at the end of the session. This feedback to parents makes it possible to explain the results to them and to offer therapeutic perspectives in terms of psychological support and parental guidance.

​Examples of reasons for consultation

​Do you find that your child is inattentive, forgetful, impulsive, poorly organized, lacks concentration, moves or forgets a lot, often loses his things...? He may have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The child who suffers from an attention disorder tires more quickly and risks being overwhelmed by the difficulties he encounters when the task is cognitively costly.

​Does your child have difficulty learning to read, write, spell, calculate, express himself or even concentrate? Maybe he has a dys… These specific learning disorders include: Dyslexia: reading deficit Dysorthography: written expression deficit Dyscalculia: calculation deficit Dysphasia: oral language disorder Dyspraxia: developmental coordination disorder Dysgraphia: disorder of graphic gestures in writing

​Psychological and intellectual assessment Cognitive remediation

Psychological support Parental guidance

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