Disclaimer: The Provider Directory of the Colorado Neuropsychological Society (CNS) is published as a community service. It includes the listings of Full Members whose dues were current and opted-in to be included in the Directory. CNS is not a credentialing organization so makes no statement about a member’s credentials, competence, or work. All licensure, credentialing and clinical specialty information is self-reported. Members are happy to answer any questions about their background and areas of clinical specialty. CNS encourages such dialogue, which can help to optimize the match between offered and desired professional service.
Centennial, CO 80122
I work part-time at Children's Hospital Colorado as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation, where my role involves both treatment and assessment with the pediatric rehabilitation population. I also have a private practice in which I conduct evaluations, primarily targeting the identification of learning disabilities, ADHD, and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Littleton, CO 80122
Dr. Meghan T. Lee earned her bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and both her master’s and Ph.D. from Auburn University. She furthered her education in Neuropsychology through UC Berkeley Extension and Brigham Young University. Dr. Lee completed her doctoral internship at Utah State Hospital and residency/fellowship at Children’s Neuropsychological Services in Boston, during which time she specialized in pediatric neuropsychology. Throughout her training and career, Dr. Lee has gained comprehensive experience in Neuropsychology across a variety of settings around the U.S., including hospitals (both acute and long-term care), private practices, correctional facilities, and university counseling centers. Although she has specialized in the pediatric population, Dr. Lee has also worked with the adult and geriatric populations across a variety of settings. Deciding to return home to Colorado, she initiated Horizon Neuropsychological Services to help children, youth, and young adults achieve new heights in their development. In sum, Dr. Lee’s breadth of experience throughout her clinical and educational work has led to a wide range of specialties and skills valuable in understanding the complexity of human behavior and development.
Denver, CO 80235
Ph.D., Duke University, 1982. M.A., Wesleyan University (CT), 1974. B.A., Holy Cross College, 1971.
Neuropsychological, psychological and psycho-educational evaluations.
Denver, CO 80236
Neuropsychological Services Coordinator for the Colorado Division of Youth Services (youth correctional).
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
• Forensic Neuropsychology (plaintiff & defense), IME's, Record Reviews, Fitness for Duty and Guardianship/Capacity Evaluations
• Professor, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience, Regis University
• Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology
• Spanish Speaking
Denver, CO 80224
I take private pay, Medicaid (for developmental disabilities only), and Kaiser (with preauthorization). I consider myself to be a specialist in developmental disabilities. I primarily assess children and adolescents (and adults only for developmental disability concerns). I also provide psycho-legal consultation for developmental disabilities, lead social skills groups, and provide psychotherapy. I am a native Spanish speaker (from Argentina).
Louisville, Colorado 80027
We are in network for UHC and Kaiser. Our neuropsychologists work with children, adolescents, and young adults with various neurodevelopmental disorders and acquired injuries.
Loveland, Colorado 80538
Neuropsychological Solutions, PLLC provides evidence-based consultation and assessment services aimed at supporting individuals with brain-based medical conditions. We take multidisciplinary approach to assessment and treatment planning by working collaboratively with the individual, their family, and their community (including doctors, therapists, education specialists, and employment professionals) to optimize treatment outcomes and improve quality of life. We value honest and compassionate care; clinical innovation based in strong science; and services that are efficient, cost-effective, and accessible.
We currently have two locations. Our Loveland office primarily serves pediatric and young adult patients (ages 3-30), with limited availability for adult evaluations upon request. Our Littleton/Centennial office primarily serves older adolescent through adult patients (ages 16-90+), with limited availability for pediatric evaluations upon request.
For additional information, please feel free to contact Dr. Mark Lott or Dr. Emily LaDigue at (720) 615-8444 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Neuroworks, LLC provides comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations across the lifespan, including pediatric, adult, and elderly clients. We do not currently bill any insurance companies for payment of services; however, after the evaluation is complete and all final payments are received, we can provide you with a “superbill” for you to submit to your insurance company so you can try to receive reimbursement for the costs associated with the evaluation. Please note that we cannot guarantee that your insurance company will reimburse you for any portion of the costs.
For additional information, please feel free to contact Dr. Sarka Brown or Dr. Timothy Brunelle at (720) 744-0577.
Boulder, CO 80303
Denver, CO 80222-6049
I accept most Workers’ Compensation plans, but no longer see patients through commercial insurance carriers.