Neuropsychology Program

Neuropsychology Program

The Neuropsychology Program is a comprehensive clinic and laboratory with a tripartite mission of

  • patient care
  • education
  • research

Located on the 2nd floor of Andrews Hall at Eastern Virginia Medical School (721 Fairfax Avenue, Suite 244), The Neuropsychology Program has provided neuropsychological assessment and interpretation to more than 300 children, adolescents, adults, and elderly patients with known or suspected brain dysfunction in each year since it was established in 1986.

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Program Co-Director J.D. Ball, PhD, left, works with students.

Faculty and students within this program have provided further care through affiliations with other area treatment and educational programs over the past several decades, including past consultative services to The Endependence Center, Riverside Rehabilitation Institute, the Virginia Department of Rehabilitation Services, Cape Henry Collegiate School, Eastern State Hospital and Chesapeake Bay Academy.

Currently, we are engaged in ongoing consultation and clinical service work with Sentara Norfolk General Hospital's Rehabilitation Unit and Tidewater Pastoral Counseling Services.

  

Co-Directors

J.D. Ball, Ph.D., ABPP
Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Michael L. Stutts, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences & Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation


Staff

Janelle Mason, MA
Psychometrician / Research Assistant
 

Lakeisha Joyner
Administrative Assistant


Contact Information:

721 Fairfax Avenue, Suite 244
Andrews Hall
Norfolk, VA 23507
Phone: (757) 446-8400
Fax: (757) 446-8401
Email contact: neuropsychology@evms.edu