The following is a description of services which are provided at Counseling Resources Neuropsychological Associates. If you have been referred for service or feel we can be of assistance, please call us at (608) 242-7160, or please visit the Contact Us portion of this site for additional information.
A lengthy specialized assessment of the relationship between the brain/central nervous system and behavior.
Counseling that is focused on understanding the changes in one's overall functioning from injury and what adaptations must be made for a successful outcome.
Treatment focused on family needs involving work with the family as a whole, as well as parents and child individual needs.
Personal Adjustment Counseling
In-Clinic Family Treatment
Stress Management Training
Independent Medical Evaluation
Successful strategies for dealing with day-to-day stressors. This is highly important if one's former method's have been compromised and there is a need for new methods.
Trial or deposition testimony related to: impact of injury on the functional outcome of the individual (including impact of injury on home, work, relationships, and future needs), competency, adoption and/or child custody.
An independent assessment of an injured workers medical records, a neuropsychological evaluation, if needed, and opinion on extent of injury and recovery prognosis.
School Planning & Consultation
Working with teachers, counselors, family, and consultants to adapt school programming to fit the disabled student.
Return To Work Planning & Consultation
Working with the individual and employer to assist in planning a gradual return to work with compensation for disabilities.
Programming of successful cognitive strategies for dealing with compensation of disability related to injury and/or emotional disability.
Working with case managers, house managers, parole and probation, consultants, and other individuals on planning for coordinated treatment for optimal outcome for individuals.
Working with the individual, staff, and/or family on learning successful strategies for dealing with ongoing behavior issues often related to injury, cognitive and emotional disabilities.
Specialized training for care staff in dealing with behavior issues with disabled individuals.
Family and Individual Counseling
Counseling for individuals and for families coping with general life changes and/or daily stressors. Focused therapeutic intervention for individuals and/or families experiencing changes brought about by injury/disability/emotional difficulties.