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Neuropsychologist in Charlotte NC – Ana Messler PhD ABPP 2017-05-25T13:35:24+00:00
  • Ana Messler - Neuropsychologist

Independent Medical Evaluations (IME)-Forensic Neuropsychological Assessment

Sports Concussion Evaluation (Neuropsychological Assessment), Return to Play/Return to Sport Decisions

Disability and Fitness for Work/Duty Evaluations

Clinical Neuropsychological Evaluations for Adults

Ana Messler, Ph.D., ABPP is board certified in clinical neuropsychology and is a licensed clinical psychologist in North Carolina.  She is located in Charlotte and provides clinical neuropsychology services.

Why Have I Been Referred for a Neuropsychological Evaluation: A Patient’s Guide

By | December 21st, 2015|Categories: neuropsychological evaluation|Tags: |

WHY HAVE YOU BEEN REFERRED FOR A NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION? After an injury or illness that affects the brain, people are commonly referred for a neuropsychological evaluation.  People with learning difficulties such as dyslexia and ADD/ADHD [...]

Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology?

By | December 16th, 2015|Categories: concussion, criminal forensic neuropsychology, forensic neuropsychologist, forensic neuropsychologist Charlotte NC, forensic neuropsychology|Tags: |

How Can Criminal Forensic Neuropsychology Be of Assistance in Legal Proceedings? Forensic neuropsychologists' contributions can be critical in assisting the trier of fact in terms of the neuropsychologist's knowledge of cognitive functions, brain-behavior, relationships, psychometric [...]

Forensic Neuropsychology Update – Most Popular Peer-Reviewed Articles

By | October 17th, 2015|Categories: forensic neuropsychology|

A new article was released this month from the International Journal of Law and Psychiatry regarding the value of forensic neuropsychology in the courts, authored by Elizabeth Leonard, a neuropsychologist practicing in Arizona.  I have [...]