Dr. Jason Tanenbaum

The initial step of identifying and understanding one’s pattern of strengths and weaknesses is a crucial stage in helping to address unanswered questions and promote positive, notable change. It is my goal to create a comfortable environment where we can work collaboratively to discuss your areas of concern and devise a plan to address them.

I am a clinical neuropsychologist, licensed psychologist, and certified school psychologist who uses the neuropsychological assessment process and understanding of brain-behavior relationships to help foster personal growth and success. This profile of neuropsychological functioning becomes a blueprint for recommending and implementing individualized treatment and academic interventions to help individuals overcome daily challenges and achieve their goals.

I have expertise conducting evaluations across the lifespan, assessing a wide range of neurodevelopmental and acquired neurological disorders. I also have specific training and expertise providing concussion assessment and recovery management services to children and adults; therapy services for children and adults; and lastly, providing “neuropsychological-informed” psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults with neurodevelopmental or acquired neurological conditions. I am on staff at Doylestown Hospital and work closely with other healthcare professionals to ensure communication and collaboration across disciplines.

Within my pediatric neuropsychology training and experience, I work with children, adolescents, and families to help them understand the impact of cognitive, behavioral, and emotional weaknesses on learning and functioning across settings. As a certified school psychologist, I work collaboratively with school personnel to assist in developing an appropriate educational plan that best addresses a child’s needs.

As a clinical neuropsychologist and licensed psychologist at The Center, I provide the following services:

  • Comprehensive neuropsychological and psychoeducational evaluations across the lifespan, addressing the following:
    • Neurological Conditions
    • Neurodevelopmental Disorders (e.g., ADHD, Learning Problems, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Genetic Disorders)
    • Memory Problems
    • Concussion/Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Psychiatric Disorders
  • Neuropsychological evaluations for adults seeking disability or who are questioning guardianship
  • Independent Educational Evaluations
  • Gifted Evaluations
  • Evaluations for testing accommodations
  • Evaluations for accommodations in college
  • Concussion assessment and recovery management
  • Academic and executive functioning coaching with children, adolescents, and young adults
  • Psychotherapy services for children, adolescents, and adults with identified or suspected neurocognitive weaknesses and/or neurological injury
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