Neuropsychological Testing

Neuropsychological Testing

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Neuropsychological testing plays a pivotal role in substance use treatment, offering insights into the cognitive effects of substance use. By assessing cognitive function early in a resident’s stay, our team can curate a treatment plan to address specific cognitive challenges and co-occurring mental health disorders. We incorporate the latest evidence-based modalities with proven success rates for your particular issues. This individualized approach builds on your strengths, accelerates cognitive rehabilitation, and improves treatment success.

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Persistent substance use can significantly impact cognitive functioning, extending beyond the physical effects of substance use to present challenges in various cognitive domains. Individuals with substance use challenges often encounter executive function impairment, memory deficits, and other cognitive issues, highlighting the intricate relationship between substance use and cognitive function that is crucial for effective treatment and long-term recovery.

Neuropsychological testing provides a non-invasive means of assessing the impact of substance use on your brain’s health. Through a series of questions and cognitive-based tests, clinicians gain insight into your psychological strengths and weaknesses. The tests involve answering written questions within a limited time frame and may include tasks such as repeating phrases or answering specific questions posed by the administrator.

Treatment Approach

Residential Treatment

Co-Occurring Treatment


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)