Neuropsych Doctor

Neuropsychological Testing

Dr. Ben Malkin Psy.D.

UPDATED: June 21, 2021

A pediatric neuropsychological evaluation assesses a child’s cognitive profile using an array of comprehensive and objectively validated measures. This profile is used to create a personalized treatment plan which optimizes the child’s development at home, school or other setting. Each evaluation consists of: testing, interpretation, plan development, feedback, and a complete written report. These evaluations are tailored to the developmental level of the child and are appropriate for children and young adults ages 2 to 30 years old.

Dr. Malkin uses interdisciplinary, flexible, and client-centered approach to uncover each child’s unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses and he works with physicians, teachers, school administrators and related service providers to maximize the effectiveness of the treatment plan. Dr. Malkin specializes in seeing children with a wide range of conditions and disorders including ADHD, learning disorders, epilepsy, autism, and PCS (post-concussion syndrome). Find out more at

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Neuropsych Doctor
663 Golf Drive
Valley Stream, NY 11581
United States







Ben Malkin

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