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Please note that the treatment providers listed in this directory have indicated they are experienced in working with adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. However, their inclusion in this directory is not an endorsement or recommendation of a provider by Dr. Kenneth Roberson or of a provider’s ability to meet your specific needs. The choice of a treatment provider from this directory is entirely up to you, and other providers likely exist beyond those in this directory that may provide treatment for your needs.

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Center for NeuroPotential

Looking for a safe and effective way to address ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, or concussion without relying on medication? Look no further than The Center for NeuroPotential. Our team of experts, including founder Amy Palmer, Psy.D. (a neuropsychologist) and Deb Del Vecchio-Scully, LPC (a counselor), is Board Certified in Neurofeedback and uses the latest brain research to help individuals of all ages reach their full potential. We take a holistic approach, integrating brain-based techniques like neurofeedback and EMDR with cognitive-behavioral interventions to facilitate lasting change. Contact us today for a free phone consultation to see if our services are the right fit for you.



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144 North Main St Suite 5
Branford, CT

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Dr. Kenneth Roberson

Dr. Kenneth Roberson is an Adult Autism Psychologist in San Francisco with over 30 years of experience. Click below to ask a question or schedule an appointment.

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