At C.A.L.M. we specialize in assessing attentional and learning difficulties across the entire age range that these difficulties can become apparent: from children as young as six years old to adults in their golden years.
Since many disorders can either resemble or also complicate attention problems, we have a conservative and comprehensive approach to the assessment process. Our assessment of children and adults includes:
- A thorough clinical history and a battery of tests measuring attention (auditory and visual abilities)
- Cognitive elements (IQ, achievement and memory)
- Neuro-psychological elements (brain functioning)
- Learning disabilities (reading, language and expressive / receptive problems)
- Assessment for possible secondary disorders including depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive symptoms and/or other learning and attention disorders.
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- 9/23–25/09 ADHD 2009 UPDATE: Stimulant Dangers & Diagnostic Accuracy And iBrain: Effects of Technology on Brain Development, Function & Social Interaction, MN Assn of Community Mental health Programs Inc 2009 State Convention, Duluth Civic Center – Duluth MN - www.macmh.org
We Are the ADHD and Learning Disabilities Experts
Gary Johnson, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, specializes in the evaluation and treatment of adults and children with attention and learning disorders.
Gary frequently speaks at conferences, schools and professional organizations about the diagnosis and treatment of attentional problems. He is a national consultant for Fortune 100 Companies, using brain-based techniques for enhancing employee performance.
Gary has received extensive training in ADHD including study through Harvard Medical School with Ned Hallowell, M.D. and John Ratey, M.D., authors of Driven to Distraction. He is a student of Daniel Amen, M.D.’s research and follows many of Amen’s principles in his practice.