WELCOME OUR NEWEST TEAM MEMBER,
DR. KIMBERLY P. DEMBY!


Neuropsychological Associates is pleased to announce a new addition to its team, Dr. Kimberly P. Demby. Dr. Demby received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of North Texas. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Texas Woman’s University Counseling Center, where she provided assessment, outreach, individual and group therapy, and crisis services to the culturally diverse college student population.

Dr. Demby has extensive experience working with young adults, adolescents, and school-age children. She specializes in treating individuals across the life-span facing such issues as adjustment/transitional difficulties, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, trauma/abuse and women’s issues. Dr. Demby is passionate about helping her patients achieve greater emotional wellbeing through committed participation in their personal journeys.

What is a neuropsychologist?

A neuropsychologist is a clinical psychologist that has obtained at least 2 years of postdoctoral training in the specialized subfield of neuropsychology. Neuropsychology is the study of brain structures and brain abnormalities and how these relate to psychological processes and overt behavior. That is, neuropsychologists look at what areas of the brain are responsible for or impacting thinking, mood, and behavior and help to determine if such areas are functioning properly.

WHY SHOULD I VISIT A Neuropsychologist?

Neuropsychologist can provide the general services of a clinical psychologist to address issues such as depression and anxiety, but are equally equipped to assess and treat these issues if they happen to be residual effects of a brain injury.  However, potential patients do not need to be brain injury survivors to vist a neuropsychologist.

 

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