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Neuropsychological Assessments

Neuropsychological assessments involve testing that is sensitive to problems in brain functioning. Unlike CT or MRI scans, which show what the brain looks like, neuropsychological assessments take the brain on a “test drive.”  The types of tests included in your evaluation will depend on what you and your doctor want to know about your brain functioning.

IME / Workers' Compensation Evaluations

Independent Medical Evaluations (IME), often requested by attorneys, involve testing and gathering information to evaluate the cause and impact of an injury or neurological and/or psychiatric condition on different aspects of an individual's cognitive functioning. The types of tests included in an IME will depend on the type of injury and symptoms.

Psychoeducational Assessments

Psychoeducational assessments analyze reasoning and problem-solving skills, attention span, working memory, language, spatial abilities, memory, visual-motor integration, and a broad range of executive functions, including planning, organization, and impulse control. Psychoeducational assessments will also gauge performance in individual academic areas, such as reading, writing, and mathematics.

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Meet Our Team

Meet Our Clinicians

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Joy H. Wymer, PhD
Dr. Wymer is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a specialization in Neuropsychology. She received her undergraduate degree from James Madison University, her Master’s degree from The Citadel, and her graduate degree from Louisiana State University. She completed her fellowship in neuropsychology at MUSC. Dr. Wymer is an Assistant Professor at MUSC, Department of Neurology and has over 20 years of clinical experience. Dr. Wymer also assists in independent medical evaluations for the court. She has been a part of the Lowcountry for more than 25 years and lives in Mount Pleasant.
Cadie Comeaux, EdS
Cadie Comeaux, EdS is a licensed School Psychologist II who has completed extensive training in differential diagnosis of children and adults. Cadie completed her undergraduate work at the College of Charleston and her Master’s degree and Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology from The Citadel. Cadie has worked in a variety of settings in both the public and private sectors of Charleston. After providing services in the public school setting for 3 years, which included assisting in the development of intervention services for individual schools and district-wide, Cadie joined Tidewater Neuropsychology. She specialized in evaluating children and adults with a wide range of neurodevelopmental/academic disorders, including but not limited to autism, ADHD, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and learning disabilities.

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501 Belle Hall Pkwy. Ste. 202 Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

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