Helpful Articles from
Susan Weltner-Brunton, Ph.D. and Associates

"Rise of  Telepsychology Amidst COVID-19" 

Spring 2021

The use of telehealth and telepsychology have exploded during the COVID-19
pandemic. Although telepsychology may be unfamiliar to some, our office is dedicated to keeping all of our clients safe while offering the same level of services. Research continues to affirm the efficacy of telemental health services. 

"Evaluating & Treating ADHD" 

Spring 2020

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by developmentally inappropriate weaknesses in the areas of attention, activity level, and impulse control that interfere with the person’s functioning in multiple areas. A neuropsychological evaluation will include an assessment of cognitive and academic functioning to help with education and treatment planning.

"How Does Psychotherapy Work" 

Spring 2019

With hundreds of different approaches and techniques that are all considered to be psychotherapy, deciding what approach to seek for which problems might be confusing.  Luckily, researchers have identified a core set of factors that lead to success in psychotherapy, regardless of the specific approach used.

"Learning Differences, By Any Name" 

Spring 2018

We understand that varying terminology can make communication and with parents, schools, and medical providers confusing. Learning differences go by many names, and it is important to understand the differences.

"What is Neuropsychology?"

Spring 2017

Neuropsychologists have particular expertise in cognitive assessment and can evaluate the impact of a brain injury or disorder on an individual's functioning. They are able to asses learning disabilities, such as dyslexia or ADHD, concussions, and the impact of brain injuries for school and home life.

"Chronic and Life-Limiting Illness"

Fall 2016

Recieving the diagnosis of a chronic of life-limiting medical condition can cause substaintail amounts of stress and anticipatory grief. The patient and family become suseptible to traumatic stress, and it is important to seek help for this and coping mechanisms regarding these diagnosis.