Carissa is a psychometrician and provides cognitive and biofeedback therapy. Her clinical work and training has spanned across the lifespan, and she has experience conducting neuropsychological assessments and providing treatment to individuals with a variety of neurological, neurodevelopmental, medical, and psychological disorders.
Dr. Heptig is a licensed clinical neuropsychologist who completed his Master's and Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. His dissertation focused on elucidating factors that contribute to the underreporting of mTBIs in high school sports.
Howard Mangel, Ed.D. is an experienced Counseling Psychologist and Neuropsychologist, who provides psychological consultations, evaluations and therapy to older teens and adults over 18 years old. He tests and treats people with a variety of brain-related conditions, such as Traumatic Brain Injuries, particularly Post-Concussion Syndrome and mild TBI. As well, he provides consultation and Neuropsychological evaluations of patients referred due to suspected dementias, and cognitive impairments due to brain aneurysms, Multiple Sclerosis, effects of chemotherapy on thinking and memory (sometimes called “chemobrain”), among others.
A licensed clinical social worker who obtained her Master's degree from Rutgers School of Social Work with over 25 years of experience in the fields of medical, psychiatric, and geriatric social work. Her scope of practice includes helping individuals who are suffering from mood and anxiety disorders, PTSD, traumatic accidents, chronic medical conditions, and chronic psychiatric illness, as well as provides couples counseling and mediates marital discord using both a cognitive-behavioral and a family-centered approach.