BRAINS strives to provide the personalized care of a private practice while offering a variety of services typically found at much larger facilities. We are continually evaluating the most current research and client feedback to provide the highest level of care possible.
BRAINS offers a variety of services to help clients understand how the brain and the body function in real life. Our team of neuropsychologists works with children through adults to assess and diagnosis mental health issues, concussion or brain injury, and many other concerns. BRAINS also provides specialists in counseling, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, and other services to meet the needs of our clients.
BRAINS psychologists provide thorough psychological evaluations, neuropsychological evaluations, and educational and learning disability evaluations. Psychologists provide specific and realistic recommendations to help clients understand and use the information to create positive change.Learn More »
Speech and Language Therapy helps children through adults with communication, language, and speech difficulties to communicate to the best of their ability and as effectively as possible.Learn More »
BRAINS provides counseling services specialized for children, teens, and adults. Our counselors provide services for individuals, families, couples, and groups.Learn More »
BRAINS occupational therapists and physical therapists use a variety of therapies to address many common difficulties in child development. Such difficulties can include poor motor coordination, inattention, hyperactivity, academic problems, pain, and many others.Learn More »
BRAINS offers a variety of specialized services as part of our comprehensive treatment approach. Assessment and therapy services are available to better help in understanding and managing the unique needs of our clients.Learn More »
BRAINS offers therapeutic groups and miscellaneous classes designed specifically for infants, children, adolescents, and adults. Throughout the year clinicians provide specialized groups and classes to fit the needs of our community. In the past classes have focused on social and play skills including appropriate greetings, engagement during a conversation, conversational skills, appropriate body language, understanding non-verbal cues, identifying feelings and emotions, healthy boundaries, and bullying/conflict with peers. Topics are chosen to address social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties that can appear throughout the lifespan. Classes and groups come in all shapes and sizes […]Learn More »