Our Services

neurocognitive difficulties such as ADHD, dyslexia (and other learning differences), autism (ASD), stroke, dementia (i.e., Alzheimer’s disease), traumatic brain injury (TBI), concussions,

Pediatric Assessment

geriatric and adult assessments for therapy and competency

Adult  Assessment

forensic psychology assessments are performed by Dr. Judith Friedman, a clinical psychologist in Calabasas California serving Los Angeles, Calabasas, even Santa Barbara

Forensic Assessment

Therapy and Counselling provided by licensed therapists in person and online. Therapy can be billed to Medicare.


As a subspecialty of psychology, neuropsychology focuses on the relationship between brain function and behavior. Neuropsychologists use their knowledge of neuroscience to assess and treat patients with neurological disorders. Common disorders that neuropsychologists treat include Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychologists provide a variety of services to their patients, including assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.
Assessment is the first step in any neuropsychological evaluation. During assessment, neuropsychologists collect information about a patient’s medical history, symptoms, and cognitive functioning. This information helps to identify the specific areas of the brain that may be affected by a disorder. Diagnosis is the second stage of a neuropsychological evaluation. After assessing a patient’s cognitive functioning, neuropsychologists use diagnostic criteria to determine whether or not a patient meets the criteria for a specific disorder. Treatment is the final stage of a neuropsychological evaluation. After diagnosing a patient with a neurological disorder, neuropsychologists develop a treatment plan to help improve the patient’s symptoms. Treatment plans may include medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes.
Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disorder that affects memory, cognition, and behavior. It is the most common cause of dementia, and there is currently no cure. Stroke is a medical emergency in which the blood supply to the brain is interrupted, causing damage to brain tissue. Stroke can lead to cognitive impairments, paralysis, and even death. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs when an external force causes damage to the brain. TBI can range from mild (concussion) to severe (coma or vegetative state). Neuropsychologists specialize in the assessment and treatment of patients with these conditions. They use a variety of psychological tests and techniques to assess cognitive functioning and develop individualized treatment plans. Treatment options for Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and TBI may include medication, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and psychological counseling.

Neuropsychology Services

At Reflect Neuropsychology we specialize in therapy and the educational and neuropsychological assessment of children and adults. It’s all we do. This allows us to be a highly specialized practice that focuses on personally-tailored, evidenced-based, treatment and evaluation for people of all ages (from young children to older adults).

Our team of both Pediatric and Adult Neuropsychologists tailor each assessment to meet the needs of each patient. This allows us to comprehensively characterize developmental, behavioral and cognitive changes resulting from neurocognitive difficulties such as ADHD, dyslexia (and other learning differences), autism (ASD), stroke, dementia (i.e., Alzheimer’s disease), traumatic brain injury (TBI), concussions, etc. We offer both clinical and forensic services, and are proud to be a powerhouse of local (e.g., San Fernando Valley, Ventura County, Simi Valley, and the greater Los Angeles area) resources for families.

Located in Calabasas California, serving the Greater Los Angeles Area as far North as Santa Barbara, Reflect Neuropsychology was founded by Dr. Judith Leone Friedman. Dr. Friedman received her Master’s degree in Education from Harvard University, and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University, and completed her pre-doctoral externships, internship and post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. She has been a Clinical Instructor at the UCLA Psychology Clinic, and continues to give talks, write articles, and offer Continuing Education classes on Dementia and brain health for Psychologists and other Mental Healthcare professionals.