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The only clinic in Philadelphia specifically dedicated to providing psychological and psychiatric treatment for patients with cognitive impairments due to neurologic conditions.
We work with MossRehab – the area’s only nationally-ranked top 10 rehabilitation facility – to provide an outpatient neuro mental health clinic to treat those with cognitive difficulties.
For appointments, call215-456-9832
Many patients with neurologic diseases or injuries suffer from both cognitive impairments and mental health problems, however, cognitive difficulties with memory, attention, language comprehension and executive function may all interfere with the process of psychotherapy. The Neuro Mental Health Clinic conducts a cognitive assessment and then plans a patient's psychotherapy taking specific cognitive limitations into consideration.
These services are intended for patients with cognitive difficulties that accompany neurological injuries, such as:
Treatment is designed to address patients’ problems with:
Family and caregivers are included in treatment whenever possible. Psychiatric care and medication are available through the clinic, as needed.
Licensed clinical psychologist Sheryl Berardinelli, PsyD, conducts treatment from a Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) model to treat the patients’ dysfunctional behaviors, emotions and thoughts in a goal-oriented manner:
Einstein Medical Center Elkins ParkOffices 28 and 29, Second Floor West60 Township Line RoadElkins Park, PA 19027Phone: 215-456-9832 Get Directions
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