Services

Neuropsychological Assessment

Neuropsychological testing is recommended when there are changes involving memory or thinking. These changes can happen for a variety of reasons, and neuropsychological testing helps sort out what’s going on in your particular case. This helps your physician diagnose and plan treatment, with the ultimate goal to promote your brain health.

What Is Assessed?

The testing measures brain capacities including…

  • Attention and Concentration
  • Learning and Memory
  • Language Skills
  • Visuospatial Skills
  • Problem Solving and Reasoning
  • Mood and Coping

What Should I Expect?

Assessments begin with a conversation between you and a doctor. Our goal during this phase of the evaluation is to learn about you and your concerns. It is often helpful if a trusted family member or friend accompanies you to this portion of the evaluation, however, it is not required. After our discussion, we will guide you through activities that resemble games or puzzles. After the appointment, which typically takes less than two hours, we will forward the results to your referring physician, who will discuss them as part of your ongoing care.

How Much Will It Cost?

Your insurance provider will typically pay for the cost of the evaluation, however, you are encouraged to verify that co-payments or deductibles will not occur before the appointment. We participate with several insurance providers, including Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Priority Health, Workers Compensation, and Auto Insurance companies.

Counseling

At Brain and Behavioral Health, we believe that counseling is a critical part of the rehabilitation process. Our providers have a diverse array clinical specialties, which improves our ability to match your with someone who is passionate about helping your reach your treatment goals.

What Should I Expect?

There is not a standard way to conduct counseling. However, during your first session you can expect to develop rapport with the therapist and outline goals for treatment. Sessions typically last from 45 minutes to 60 minutes and the frequency of appointments varies from weekly to monthly, depending on your counselor’s style and your goals.    

How Much Will It Cost?

Your insurance provider will typically pay for the cost of therapy. However, co-payments or deductibles may apply. We participate with several insurance providers, including Medicare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Priority Health, Workers Compensation, and Auto Insurance companies. 

Consultation

Our practitioners have ongoing consultation relationships with agencies and professionals throughout Michigan. We welcome the opportunity to share our expertise and collaborate with others. We encourage you to contact us regarding potential opportunities.