Karen Sandbach, PhD
Karen Sandbach, PhD, is a clinical psychologist specializing in lifespan neuropsychology. She is a well-rounded clinician with a wealth of experience working with pediatric, adult, and senior populations. Her areas of expertise include:
Traumatic brain injury
Psychologists provide professional services relating to the diagnosis, assessment, evaluation, treatment and prevention of psychological, emotional, psychophysiological and behavioral disorders in individuals across the lifespan. These services include procedures for understanding, predicting, and alleviating intellectual, emotional, physical, psychological, social and behavioral maladjustment, and mental illness, as well as other forms of discomfort.
Education & Training:
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Albuquerque, NE
Mind Research Network, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Legal Practice Name:
Baptist Behavioral Health
From the Doctor:
My husband and I love outdoor adventures and enjoy exploring the waterways of Northern Florida on our kayak.
Conditions that cause neurological dysfunction may be present at or prior to birth, acquired through injury, or may develop later in life. Comorbid medical and psychiatric conditions can further complicate the clinical presentation.
I provide patient-centered care that seeks to understand the neuropsychological functioning of the patient and to work together with the patient and family to develop a treatment plan aimed to maximize quality of life and independence.