Unlocking the Potential in Every Mind
Neuropsychological Assessments for Children, Adolescents and Young Adults
All Kinds of Minds Belong Here
Welcome, you’ve come to the right place.
Are you a parent who is looking to understand your child or teen better and receive support, recommendations and accommodations?
Dr. Rita is an experienced pediatric neuropsychologist who specializes in assessments for all types of children, teens and young adults.
Allow her to guide you through an assessment process that will help you understand your child’s unique brain with an insightful and scientifically grounded approach, paving the way for effective treatments and interventions.
In her practice, she frequently addresses a range of common issues, including:
By combining her expertise as a neuropsychologist and special needs educator, Dr. Rita Eichenstein is committed to empowering families and helping children reach their full potential. Together, let’s support your child and embark on a journey of understanding and growth.
Serving All Ages From Age 4 to Young Adult
Not sure whether your child needs an assessment?
Consider whether the following questions apply to your child:
Does life feel harder for your child or teen than you think it should?
Have you ever had a nagging feeling that something might be amiss with your child or teen, even though their teachers or doctors insist everything is fine?
Does your child or teen struggle and get frustrated at school?
Do you or your child’s teacher suspect ADHD, autism, or dyslexia or another type of learning disorder?
Does your child or teen have difficulty getting along with friends and family?
Are you feeling overwhelmed with raising your child or teen and things don’t seem to make sense?
OR — Are you content with your wonderfully unique child but seeking more information on how to nurture and develop their gifts?
"Some of the most wonderful people are the ones who don’t fit into boxes.."
Dr. Rita Eichenstein’s latest book help helps parents learn how to cope with the roller coaster of feelings they encounter when parenting a child who is different from what “they expected.”
Learn more about the book and Dr. Eichenstein’s other publications, articles, podcasts and more by clicking the button below.