|Dr. Judy Hsieh Neuropsychologist|
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|Chinese American Counselling Service|
|Visit this leading online resource for the Chinese Community in the South Bay Area. Read articles about relationships, family and parenting, depression, addiction, and other mental health issues. Find community resources to local therapists, support groups, and agencies that provide help for individuals, couples, and families.|
|Clinical Neuropsychology - A Guide for Patients and Their Families|
|Clinical neuropsychology is a specialty profession that focuses on brain functioning. A clinical neuropsychologist is a licensed psychologist with expertise in how behavior and skills are related to brain structures and systems.
A typical neuropsychological evaluation will involve assessment of the following: general intellect, higher level executive skills, attention and concentration, learning and memory, language, visual-spatial skills, motor and sensory skills, mood and personality.
The test results can be used to identify weaknesses in specific areas, help differentiate among illnesses, establish a "baseline," plan treatments that use strengths to compensate for weaknesses, and help your doctors understand what problems you may have in everyday life.
|Pediatric Neuropsychology - A Guide for Parents|
|School assessments are usually performed to determine whether a child qualifies for special education programs or therapies to enhance school performance. They focus on achievement and skills needed for academic success. Generally, they do not diagnose learning or behavior disorders caused by altered brain function or development.
A neuropsychological evaluation assists in better understanding a child's functioning in areas such as memory, attention, perception, coordination, language, and personality.
The test results can help explain why the child is having school problems, detect the effects of developmental, neurological, and medical problems, such as epilepsy, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, or a general disorder.
Most importantly, testing provides a better understanding of the child's behavior and learning in school, at home, and in the community. The evaluation can guide teachers, therapists, and parents to better help the child achieve his or her potential.
|Santa Clara County Psychological Association|
|Founded in 1965, Santa Clara County Psychological Association (SCCPA) is a non-profit professional association of psychologists who live or work in Silicon Valley in the Santa Clara County Bay area of northern California.|
|Northern California Neuropsychology Forum|
|The Northern California Neuropsychology Forum (NCNF) is a professional organization of neuropsychologists, rehabilitation psychologists, and others who share interests in the area of neuropsychology.
Following members speak Cantonese: Dr. Judy Hsieh and Dr. Darryl Thomander.
Following members speak Mandarin: Dr. Judy Hsieh, Dr. June Yu Paltzer, and Dr. Amy Tsou.
|National Academy of Neuropsychology|
|Neuropsychology involves the study, evaluation, and treatment of known and suspected brain disorders using the methods of psychology. The National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN) is a professional society that includes clinicians, scientist-practitioners, and researchers interested in neuropsychology.|
|American Psychological Association|
|The American Psychological Association (APA) is a scientific and professional organization that represents psychology in the United States. With 148,000 members, APA is the largest association of psychologists worldwide.
APA defines a psychologist as someone having "a doctoral degree in psychology from an organized, sequential program in a regionally accredited university or professional school."
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