Child & Adolescent Assessment
The Child and Adolescent Division at Reflect Neuropsychology focuses on helping your child succeed. We work with children and adolescents clarifying where they are academically and developmentally. Our evaluations create a full picture of your child, identifying his or her unique learning, social, and emotional profile. Our approach is compassionate, individualized, and evidenced-based, thereby ensuring that your child’s strengths and weaknesses are fully understood and allowing us to create a clear plan for his or her future success.
Testing can help us understand problems in a child’s school performance, development or behavior. A neuropsychological evaluation may be needed to accurately diagnose and treat certain developmental and neurological disorders and identify your child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. For example, testing can tell whether underachievement is due to a learning disability, ADHD, emotional factors or low motivation. We work with parents and schools to ensure that IEP and 504 plans are properly implemented.
We will send a detailed written report to your child’s doctor and a copy to you. If you wish, you can provide the report to your child’s school to guide teachers, determine eligibility for accommodation in school or on standardized tests (e.g., ACT, SAT).
Getting a cognitive "roadmap" for the future is imperative in helping your child achieve his or her potential.
Dr. Sharis Rostamian
Dr. Rostamian, Psy.D.
Dr. Rostamian is a licensed Pediatric Clinical Neuropsychologist specializing in neurodevelopmental and neuropsychological assessment of children, adolescents, and young adults. Dr. Rostamian earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Pediatric Health Psychology and Neuropsychology from Loma Linda University. She completed a predoctoral internship at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah where she gained valuable experience providing therapy, consultation, and neuropsychological assessment services to a diverse medically fragile pediatric population. Dr. Rostamian then continued her training as a Post Doctoral Fellow in Pediatric Neuropsychology at Kaiser Permanente in Roseville, California.
More recently, Dr. Rostamian provided pediatric psychology and neuropsychology services at Loma Linda University Health and Children’s Hospital as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics for five years. Currently, Dr. Rostamian provides specialized services in the neuropsychological assessment of individuals with various medical, psychiatric, and learning concerns including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, learning difficulties, Epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, brain tumor, the effects of substance and oncological treatments, rare genetic and congenital conditions, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and disruptive behavior disorders. Dr. Rostamian also specializes in neurodevelopmental evaluations of infants and toddlers with in-utero substance exposure, and other causes of developmental delay.
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