Services

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Psychotherapy

Dr. Sinha works with both adolescents and adults.


Treatment modalities mainly include cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal therapy.  These methods of treatment have been shown to be effective for many mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder.


Treatment planning with clear short- and long-term goals toward successful, balanced, and healthier lives are woven into therapy sessions.


I welcome collaborative care when referrals are made by other professionals such as primary care physicians, psychiatrists or other specialists (e.g., neurologists).  Coordinated care is undertaken only with the patient’s explicit consent.

Psychoeducational and Neuropsychological Assessments

Students with ADHD and Specific Learning Disorders such as reading, math and writing disorders benefit from a comprehensive psychoeducational assessment.  These cognitive and educational assessments provide the documentation necessary to trigger accommodations in school and college for high stakes examinations such as entrance tests.  


Neuropsychological assessments help individuals understand their cognitive strengths and weaknesses.  Referrals are accepted for neuropsychological assessments for ADHD, neurodevelopmental conditions, functional status post traumatic brain injury or other brain-based conditions such as strokes.  


Assessment reports are comprehensive and include a thorough analysis of testing data, and a detailed summary/ recommendations section.


Specialty Areas

ADHD/Learning Disorders

- Manage ADHD symptoms in school and workplace

- Learn metacognitive skills

- Learn self-advocacy and college success skills 

- Self-regulation skills


Health and Medical issues

- Adjustment to chronic health and pain conditions

- Industrial injuries

- Stress Management 

- Return to work issues

 

Traumatic Brain Injury & Concussion

- Adjustment to changes following TBI, concussion, or other neurological conditions

- Healthy family relationships following brain injury

- Compensatory strategies for memory, executive function deficits


Relationships & Emotion Regulation Skills

- Healthy relationships

- Communication skills

- Social anxiety


Mental Health Disorders

- Bipolar Disorder

- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

- Depression (Mood Disorder)

- Anxiety disorders