Pediatric Neuropsychological and Psychoeducational Evaluations
Dr. Huffman is board certified in pediatric neuropsychology and has extensive undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral formal training in Child, Adolescent, and Adult Neuropsychology consistent with the rigorous training outlined by the Houston Conference Guidelines and APA’s Society for Clinical Neuropsychology (formally known as Division 40).
Commonly children, adolescents, and young adults are referred for the following concerns: neurodevelopmental conditions (autism spectrum disorder, and Asperger's, Dyspraxia, Tic disorders and Tourette's, sensory issues, and complex ADHD), traumatic brain injury, concussion, specific learning disability (dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, and nonverbal learning disability), anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and giftedness.
She is frequently asked to consult for cases in which therapeutic intervention or medication management has been ineffective in improving a child’s functioning.
Parents are welcome to contact The ABLE Center for consultation and evaluations. Referrals often come from pediatricians, psychiatrists, parents, therapists, and schools.
Her experience working with children in clinics and in schools make her well-suited for school consultation for neuropsychological concerns.
Click here to learn more about Pediatric Neuropsychology courtesy of APA Division 40.