a psychologist on your team


  • Objective data from reliable and valid testing measures

  • Determine the previous level of functioning of an individual prior to an injury through collateral reports and records review.

  • Short and long-term evidence-based psychotherapy to address trauma, depression, and/or anxiety resulting from an injury

  • Establish that a client was competent at the time of executing a will or trust.

  • Assess mental competency to determine the need for a guardian.

  • Assess the effects of a traumatic brain injury on cognitive abilities and daily functioning.

  • Assess the hardship on a U.S. Citizen in immigration and deportation cases.


The following evaluations can support your client's case: 

  • Neuropsychological Evaluations

  • Competency Evaluations

  • Cognitive Evaluations

  • Hardship Evaluations

  • Personality Testing

  • Differential Diagnosis


Competency evaluations are conducted in order to evaluate an individual’s cognitive functioning, memory capacity and reasoning ability. Assessing competency is essential in ensuring that an individual is competent to execute a will, determining medical directives, opening a trust account, and/or establishing a power of attorney. In terms of older adults, competency evaluations assess cognitive deficits to determine the need for a guardian to manage the individual’s financial affairs.


Not all injuries are physically apparent. Whether due to a traumatic event or traumatic brain injury, the consequences of these experiences can have a detrimental effect on an individual’s life. For example, a brain injury can result in personality changes, mood changes, and deficits in cognitive functioning (i.e., concentration, attention, memory, etc.). Additionally, being exposed to a traumatic event, whether it be a car accident or a mass shooting, can significantly negatively impact social and emotional functioning. Psychological evaluation can assist in assessing these cognitive and psychological changes relative to premorbid functioning.


Family members, US Citizens (USC) and Legal Permanent Residents (LPR), of individuals facing deportation can experience significant psychological distress and hardship. A hardship evaluation can assist in assessing the current and potential hardship of a USC / LPR.



Psychotherapy can be essential in assisting your clients to get back to their daily routines after a traumatic event or accident results in impairment in their social, emotional, and/or occupational functioning. We provide evidence-based treatment using best practice methods. Psychotherapy areas we specialize in include:  

  • Sexual Abuse and Assault

  • Trauma

  • Relationship Problems

  • Interpersonal Skills

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Grief/Loss

  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)

Our Office is Located At: 6655 W. Sahara Ave

Suite C 203

Las Vegas, NV 89146

Contact Us:

Office: 702-900-2784

Fax: 702-940-6154

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