Dr. Glenn Cahn is a psychological and neuropsychological
Psychological testing is way to quickly determine the nature
and extent of problems that a person may be having. Neuropsychological
assessments are meant to offer ways to help the person function
better. The types of problems that may benefit from psychological
testing are as diverse in nature as people are. Some concerns
that are common to many people include:
difficulties during the school years
or less than effective social and emotional development
in children as well as adults
or counterproductive coping methods, such as alcohol or
drug abuse, depression, anxiety, or feeling overwhelmed
we may not fully recognize that our functioning has deteriorated,
but others in our lives may suspect it. Examples of this
might include dementia, or illnesses and injuries, that
have caused subtle brain impairment.
Dr. Cahn, through psychological testing, has assessed numerous individuals suffering from ADD/ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), learning disability, dementia, Alzheimer's, and brain injury among other problems.
One of the benefits of a thorough assessment is to look for and sometimes find other problems that have not yet been recognized. He therefore believes that in order to obtain proper treatment it is important to start with the correct diagnosis.
Dr. Cahn is licensed in psychology to provide service to North
Carolina. Most psychological assessments are completed in a single session, which typically ranges from 2 - 3 hours. His office is located in
Cahn conducts both psychological testing and neuropsychological
assessments, on individuals from the age of 6 years on up.