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ABOUT THE PRACTICE
A specialized practice in clinical neuropsychology for the evidence-based assessment and treatment of children and adults with neurocognitive deficits that affect academic or occupational performance, as well as social, emotional and behavioral functioning.
Dr. Boxer is a licensed clinical neuropsychologist based in Los Angeles. He is a specialist in neuropsychological assessment to evaluate intelligence, learning and recall, attention skills, perception, motor skills, processing speed, problem solving, and coping skills and styles. Dr. Boxer’s practice utilizes an “evidence-based” assessment and treatment approach that employs the best scientific evidence to facilitate recommendations for patient care. This scientifically-based neuropsychological approach provides each client with a customized comprehensive evaluation grounded in research with the goal of uncovering neurocognitive challenges associated with school, work or social environments, as well as empirically supported treatment options.
Dr. Boxer is available as a consultant and as a speaker. He is the author of several publications and leads ongoing research studies in the field of neuropsychology. He has presented at numerous schools, universities, international symposia, support group meetings, and national conferences in neuropsychology. He has served as an expert witness in California.
Dr. Boxer is currently in private practice in two locations in the Greater Los Angeles area. Appointments can be made at his West Los Angeles or Pasadena offices. For additional information regarding services and scheduling, please call (626) 765-4482 or email email@example.com.
About DR. BOXER
Dr. Oren Boxer received a master's degree in psychology from the University of Chicago before completing his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology (APA Approved) in 2009. He completed an APA-approved clinical internship in clinical neuropsychology at the UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences. He remained at UCLA for his postdoctoral studies in pediatric neuropsychology. Dr. Boxer is a licensed psychologist in the state of California (PSY 24357). In addition to seeing clients in his private practice, Dr. Boxer also serves as a clinical faculty member at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior within the David Geffen School of Medicine. His clinical and research work has focused on child/adolescent neuropsychological assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning, as well as research encompassing evidence based therapies for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD). Dr. Boxer has also published work on evidence based medicine in neuropsychology.
Dr. Krista Greenfield received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania before completing her Psy.D. in clinical psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Greenfield is a Postdoctoral Fellow and registered psychological assistant in the state of California (PSB-37636) under the supervision of Dr. Boxer. In addition to conducting neuropsychological assessments, she also heads the Practicum Training Program, which exposes select graduate students to clinical pediatric neuropsychology through didactics, research, and assessment experience. Her clinical work has focused on neuropsychological assessment throughout the lifespan, including year-long clinical placements at Kaiser Permanente's Pediatrics Department and University of California (Irvine) Medical School's Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior. Dr. Greenfield has presented at local and international conferences on topics such as the lasting neurocognitive effects of oncology treatment and executive functioning differences in children with neurodevelopment disorders. She has also published work on the psychosocial impact of traumatic brain injury.
Dr. Stephanie Kohlman Dr. Kohlman is a Postdoctoral Fellow and registered psychological assistant in the state of California (PSB- 94022133) under the supervision of Dr. Boxer. Dr. Kohlman provides neuropsychological assessment in Dr. Boxer’s Practice. She heads the neurofeedback clinic and has worked with a variety of children, adolescents, and adults treating attention weaknesses, emotional dysregulation, anxiety, as well as motor tics. She also collaborates with Dr. Boxer and Dr. Dillon to run social skills classes for children. Dr. Kohlman’s clinical training has focused on treatment of individuals throughout the lifespan. She completed year-long clinical placements at Kaiser Permanente's Pediatrics Department and BHC Alhambra Hospital’s pediatric inpatient unit. Other areas of specialty include individual therapy, intake assessments, and treatment planning with children and adolescents in addition to program outcomes assessments. Dr. Kohlman has presented at local and international conferences on topics such as the lasting neurocognitive effects of oncology treatment and executive functioning differences in children with neurodevelopmental disorders. Her doctoral research dissertation focused on the impact of brain tumors on executive functioning and quality of life in adults with primary cancers. Dr. Kohlman received her B.S. degree from Millikin University in Illinois before completing her M.A. and Psy.D. at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Seda Terzyan Dr. Terzyan is a Postdoctoral Fellow and registered psychological assistant in the state of California (PSB 94022556) under the supervision of Dr. Boxer. Dr. Terzyan’s clinical work has focused on neuropsychological assessment and psychotherapy across the lifespan. She received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Loma Linda University (APA Approved). Dr. Terzyan’s dissertation and research were focused upon the impact of anxiety disorders on cognitive functioning, and vice versa. She has been trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), by certified National Trainers. She has also trained for three years at the Gestalt Associates Training Los Angeles, an emotion-focused psychotherapy for individuals across the life span. Dr. Terzyan also completed a year-long APA-accredited clinical internship at the Pacific Islands VA Healthcare System in Honolulu, Hawaii, working with Veteran and Military Active Duty populations, conducting evaluations to assess for traumatic brain injury, and providing “evidence-based” treatments for combat related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Terzyan also completed a year-long clinical placement at the Loma Linda University Medical Center, Rehabilitation Hospital, where she was trained as a neuropsychology liaison on an interdisciplinary medical team, providing brief assessments and short-term evidence-based psychotherapy for patients with complex spinal and brain injuries. Prior, Dr. Terzyan completed a year-long placement at the Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center (BMC), working on the high-risk child and adolescent inpatient unit. Dr. Terzyan completed her Master’s degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis on neuropsychology at Loma Linda University, and completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
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