This webinar presentation was hosted and recorded by the NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome…

Dr. Cristina Sperrazza will speak about the benefits of a neuropsychological evaluation. She will provide a brief explanation of neuropsychology, an overview of the neuropsychological evaluation process, differences between neuropsychological testing and school evaluations, and possible outcomes after a neuropsychological evaluation (e.g., diagnosis, treatment and school recommendations).

Two objectives of the webinar are: 1 — Knowing what is involved in the process of a neuropsychological evaluation from start to finish 2 — Learning about ways a neuropsychological evaluation can help children, teens, and adults

Cristina Sperazza is an early career pediatric neuropsychologist with experience in evaluating toddlers through young adults. Her clinical interests include neurodevelopmental disorders, particularly autism, ADHD, and specific learning disorders, as well as common comorbidities, such as anxiety, depression, and disruptive behaviors. Dr. Sperazza also provides executive function coaching. She has worked in research and clinical settings across NYC, NJ, and PA. Dr. Sperazza’s experience has emphasized the importance of an interdisciplinary, collaborative team approach to effectively help families.

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