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The Guide to Neuropsychological Assessments and Evaluations in the San Franciso Bay Area

Updated: May 30, 2023

As an experienced executive function coach, I've had the privilege of collaborating with numerous neuropsychologists in the Bay Area to help students unlock their full potential. The importance of a comprehensive neuropsychological assessment in understanding a student's unique cognitive and learning profile cannot be overstated.


With this in mind, I have put together a carefully curated list of recommended providers in the Bay Area to help parents and educators find the best neuropsychologist for their student's assessment needs.


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East Bay

Alameda County, Contra Costa County.


Dr. Zoe Collins

  • Email: drzcollins@gmail.com

  • Phone: 510.900.9403 ext. 1

  • Address: 123 Bay Place, #2, Oakland, CA 94610-4416


Dr. Elea Bernou


Dr. Kristin Gross


Dr. Carina Grandison


James Bylund, Psy.D.


Sara Rice Schiff, Ph.D. (she/her/hers)



North Bay

Marin County, Sonoma County, Napa County, Solano County.


Erin Crawford, MA, PPS, LEP #4341


Dr. Silva Hassert


Dr. Megan McConnell, PSY28707


Dr. Jenny Forman


Dr. Boyka Dimitrova


Dr. Maggie Benedict-Montgomery

Dan Davies, Ph.D



South Bay

Including Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, the southern portion of Alameda County, and Santa Cruz County.


Dr. Michael Slone, Psy.D., LEP, BCBA, ABSNP, NCSP

  • Email: drmichaelslone@gmail.com

  • Phone: 408-355-0019

  • Address: 455 Los Gatos Blvd, Suite 104, Los Gatos, CA 95032 & 5905 Soquel Drive, Suite 600, Soquel, CA 95073


Other ways to find a neuropsychologist or evaluator in the Bay Area

  1. Use this post from the Berkely Parent's Network, Seeking a Neuropsychologist

Conclusion

Navigating the process of finding the right neuropsychologist for your student is a critical step in unlocking their full potential. This carefully curated list of Bay Area providers is a valuable resource in your search.


Remember, a comprehensive neuropsychological assessment is essential for understanding your student's unique cognitive and learning profile, and it's important to choose a provider that aligns with your specific needs.


As you move forward, consider exploring executive function coaching as an additional resource to further support your student's growth and development. I encourage you to learn more about how executive function coaching can empower students to overcome challenges, build skills, and achieve academic success.


Don't hesitate to reach out for more information on how this personalized coaching approach can make a significant impact on your student's life.

About the author

Sean G. McCormick founded Executive Function Specialists, an online coaching business that guides middle, high school, and college students in overcoming procrastination, disorganization, and anxiety by teaching time management, prioritization, and communication skills so they feel motivated, prepared, and empowered. He trains educators, parents, and other professionals to support students with ADHD and executive function challenges through his courses in the Executive Function Coaching Academy.

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