Dr Jay Seitz Treats Neurological Related Problems for Children and Adults

Dr Jay Seitz is a well-known neuropsychologist based in Manhattan specializing in clinical neuropsychology and clinical psychology. He runs his own private practice in clinical neuropsychology and clinical psychology; consulting practice to various organizations/medical clinics, New York City, NY. The neuropsychology practice involves diagnostic consultation, neuropsychological assessment, and a thorough evaluation of brain-behavior based problems in children, adolescents, adults, and late-age adults. He treats patients with cognitive therapy and neurocognitive rehabilitation (intellective and memory training) and he also works with couples and families on relationship issues.

At his practice, Dr Jay Seitz New York provides services for children and for adults. For children, he specializes in the use of the ADOS (autistic spectrum disorders); NEPSY-II (pediatric neuropsychological evaluations); WPPSI-III, WISC-III, K-ABC, and Stanford-Binet (5th) (psychometric intelligence); VMI (visuospatial and visuomotor abilities); and WRAT-3, Woodcock-Johnson III, and Dyslexia Early Screening Test (DEST) (psychoeducational evaluation).

For adults, he specializes in the use of the BDAE (aphasias); MMPI-2-RF and PAI (personality); WMS-IV and RBMT (semantic and episodic/narrative memory); BVMT-R and RCFT (visual memory); HLVT-2 (verbal recall); WAIS-IV, NNAT, WASI (psychometric intelligence); WCST and D-KEFS (executive function); FrSBe (frontal lobe function); BAI, BDI-II, and Geriatric Depression Scale (anxiety & depression) Davidson Trauma Scale (DTS); Vineland ABS (ADL skills); DRS-2 (dementia); MicroCog (cognition); Brief Pain Inventory (BPI); MMSE (mental status); and Clock Drawing Test (visuospatial and visuomotor abilities). He also provides neurocognitive evaluations: Cognistat, RBANS, Name-Face Association Test, and CVLT-II.

Dr Jay Seitz New Manhattan has been licensed in New York for the professional practice of psychology since 1991. He has additional training in REBT (rational-emotive behavioral therapy), the Gottman method (couples therapy), CBT (cognitive-behavioral therapy), psychoanalytic therapy (Washington Square Institute), biofeedback and pain management, and neurocognitive rehabilitation for patients who have suffered damage to the brain.