I’d like to welcome you to Memory Loss Facts. I am a clinical and neuropsychologist who has been helping people to change since 1972. We are a community of people coping with memory loss, emotional stress, family relationships and caregiving, just like you or someone you are concerned about. We have a genuine interest in helping you to improve your own or your family or friend’s memory. Please relax and enjoy our site!
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After leaving the U.S. Army as a young man, I knew that I had a passion for helping people to change. I decided early on to become a clinical psychologist and later respecialized as a neuropsychologist. I completed degrees with honors Harrisburg Area Community College, the Pennsylvania State University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and Temple University where I earned a Ph.D. I later earned Postdoctoral Certificate in Neuropsychology from Fielding Graduate University where I studied under the prominent neuropsychologist Dr. Elkhonon Goldberg.
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