S. Louise Norris, Ph.D.




S. Louise Norris, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and the full time clinical director of Mid-Hudson Medical Psychotherapy Center. She works primarily with patients who have neurologically based cognitive problems such as: Attention Deficit Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, as well as treating individuals with cognitive deficits and chronic brain problems from disorders such as Lyme Disease and Fibromylagia. She provides EEG services including Quantitative Electroencephalographs, and Neuropsychological Evaluations for the differentiation of functional and organic brain disorders. These latter services are the foundation for developing programs of neuroremediation.

Dr. Norris has been a counselor, teacher, and administrator for more than 10 years. She is a panel psychologist with the New York State Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities. She is on staff at St. Anthony's Hospital in Warwick, and on the Board of Directors for the Traumatic Brain Injury Unit at Horton Hospital in Middletown, NY. Dr. Norris obtained her Ph.D. in Cognitive Studies and Psychology from Rutgers University. She received her Masters degree in Psychology from Montclair State College, NJ, and her Bachelors degree in Psychology is from Evangel College, MO.

Dr. Norris is a Diplomate with: the American Board of Vocational Neuropyschologists, the American Board of Medical Psychotherapists, the American Academy of Pain Management, the American Board of Disability Consultants, and is a Candidate for Diplomate Status with the Prescribing Psychologists Register. In addition, she is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, a Certified Biofeedback Technician and a Certified Neurotherapist. She is also a Board Certified QEEG Technician. Dr. Norris is also listed in the National Register of Health Care Providers. She is recently published in the Journal of Neurotherapy and previously in the NYS Biofeedback Society Newsletter, as well as in the Psychology of Women Quarterly. In addition to direct patient services, Dr. Norris provides professional training for psychologists and physicians in basic EEG, quantitative EEG and neurofeedback. She is a certified instructor with Lexicor, as well as, an instructor for the NY Biofeedback Institute. Lastly, Dr. Norris is an editor for the Journal of Neurotherapy.

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