Welcome to NADC
The NeuroAssessment and Development Center in Salt Lake City, Utah, formerly known as Rocky Mountain Neuropsychological Services provides Psychological and Neuropsychological assessment and therapy services. We are an agency of psychologists and therapists devoted to the development of children, adolescents, and adults with learning, attention, social, or emotional disorders including ADHD, Autism, Aspergers and more. Our psychologists and therapists are committed to helping our clients become successful through neuropsychological and psychological assessment and therapy to alleviate problems so that they can experience happiness and success in their own lives. Our goal is to use our professional knowledge and years of expertise to assist in the understanding of strengths and weaknesses so that clients can be successful at school, at work, and in personal relationships.
At the NADC, we are experts in neuropsychological and psychological assessment and therapy and have been working in psychology and neuropsychology in Utah since 1997. Our psychologists and therapists have supported thousands of children, adolescents, and adults through assessment, therapy, and program consultation for ADHD, Autism and other disorders. Our Salt Lake City psychologists and therapists are open about our fees and testing schedule, so families know exactly what to expect before therapy. We also provide a list of psychological assessments that we commonly administer (such as ADD, ADHD, and Autism). We believe that parents should have as much information as possible about neuropsychological and psychological assessment and therapy.
Dr. Parth Gandhi is the director and head psychologist of The NeuroAssessment and Development Center. Dr. Gandhi received his doctorate in clinical neuropsychology from Brigham Young University. While there he was able to study and research developmental psychology, neuropsychology, ADHD, Autism, neuroimaging, family systems, and leadership development. Dr. Gandhi is a policy advocate at the local and national levels; He sits on several conference committees, is a member of the Utah Disability Lobby and often gives national presentations. He was previously the principal psychologist and investigator for a CDC psychological study on Brain Development after Injury. His current research project is on executive functioning development in emerging adults. He lives in Salt Lake City with his family.
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