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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.

What is Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Like?

By | October 15th, 2015|Categories: neuropsychologist, neuropsychologist in Charlotte|

  Adults with ADHD may continue to have difficulty tolerating routine types of work, may shift jobs more frequently, and may have difficulty attending to details and organizing.  Trouble with organization, planning, and meeting increased [...]

Common Forensic Neuropsychological Evaluation Questions

By | September 18th, 2015|Categories: forensic neuropsychologist, forensic neuropsychologist Charlotte NC|Tags: |

Evaluations for the court system have a different intent than routine clinical evaluations.  The latter tend to focus more on diagnosis and treatment needs/planning, whereas forensic neuropsychological evaluations have a very different cope.  Forensic neuropsychological [...]

Psychologists and the Court System: Forensic Psychology

By | September 12th, 2015|Categories: criminal forensic neuropsychology, forensic psychologist, forensic psychology, Uncategorized|

Psychologists who practice forensic psychology are well positioned to provide psychological expertise to the judicial system for those involved in civil litigation (e.g., personal injury suits, workers compensation, civil commitment, child custody determination) or those [...]