Benson Psychological Services

Dr. Justin J. Boseck, Ph.D., L.P., ABPdN, CBIS, NCSP

UPDATED: November 5, 2020

Dr. Justin Boseck, Ph.D., L.P., ABPdN, CBIS, NCSP is a Licensed Psychologist, Board-Certified Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Certified Brain Injury Specialist, and Nationally Certified School Psychologist. He has been working clinically for 12 years and has been practicing in Fargo since 2014.

Dr. Boseck specializes in the assessment of neurodevelopmental, acquired, and psychiatric disorders including Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, brain injury, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, learning disorders, and mood and behavioral dysregulation disorders, among others

Dr. Boseck has experience in assessing individuals as young as 2 years old to 80 years old and now specializes in the assessment of children and adolescents from 2-18 years old. His mission is to conduct evaluations in order to help allow children to function to the best of their ability and guide services and accommodations that may be available to them based on their current, and potential, functioning.

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Benson Psychological Services
1308 23rd St S G
Fargo, ND 58103
United States



(701) 297-7540



Justin Boseck

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