Welcome to my practice.
Whether you have received my name as a personal referral or as a result of a web search, it is important that you feel assured that you are choosing the “right” person.
I am a Penn graduate with 40 years of experience as a private practitioner, university professor, and director of special education services. My expertise in the neuropsychological aspects of learning earned me the 2018 award of Educator of the Year from the Learning Disability Association of America.
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My blogs on neuropsychological assessment, psychotherapy, parenting, and emotional communication are informative and will give you an idea about how I will approach your issues.
If you or your student:
-Do not understand why you are not progressing at school or work;
-Found previous school or private evaluations unhelpful;
-Are seeking accommodations on high stake exams like the SAT, ACT, LSAT, or MCAT
Click here to learn how a neuropsychological evaluation can address these questions and how my experience as an evaluator can make a difference
If you, your partner or your student are:
-anxious or depressed;,
-stuck in a repetitive emotional or behavioral cycle
Click here to learn how talk therapy can help in breaking impasses and removing road blocks that prevent progress.
Recent Testimonial after a Neuropsychological Evaluation:
Dr Korner, I just wanted to thank you again for all the hard work you did with my family. I can’t tell you how happy I am with everything you’ve done. I understand that this is your profession but it’s so obvious how much you care about the kids and how much you enjoy your job. You have really helped my children.
During this crisis, my practice is open and I am accepting new patients. I will continue to work remotely and will begin to offer in-person visits in May, 2022 while still taking steps to ensure everyone's safety.