DR. BRANDI k. BOAn, PsyD, ASPPB, MSCP
THE BRAIN CLINIc: NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL & PRESCRIBING PSYCHOLOGY SERVICES
Licensed PRESCRIBING PSYCHOLOGist
Dr. Boan has more than a decade of experience as a neuropsychologist.
Dr. Boan completed her education at Adler University, her neuropsychology training at Rush University, internship at Elgin State Hospital, and her post-doctorate training at a variety of clinics and hospitals. She has additional training in clinical psychopharmacology and completed her residency through Amita Health System Hospitals.
Dr. Boan is an active member of the American Psychological Association, the Illinois Psychological Association, the Illinois Association of Prescribing Psychologists, and the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology. Dr. Boan has authored several articles about healthcare, as well as given presentations and lectures related to brain injury and concussions. She has also spoken about the importance of outreach and health services in rural areas. She has been recognized as a leader for psychology and for being the second prescribing psychologist in the state of Illinois.
Dr. Boan provides psychotropic medication management for adults, age ranged from 18 to 64 years of age. She has experience treating anxiety disorders, depression, mood dysregulation disorders, and psychosis.
She provides in-depth neuropsychological assessments, for all age ranges, related to various neurological disorders, developmental disorders, mental health disorders, and for differential diagnosis.
Dr. Boan's approach to treatment involves a combination of biological, psychological, and philosophical principles to better understand behavioral, cognitive and neurological functioning. This framework allows for a thorough conceptualization of a person’s personality, history, health, and assessment performance. Understanding "the whole person" allows for individualized treatment that incorporates medical and holistic treatment recommendations that will help the individual and his/her family. She believes that treatment is most successful when recommendations are collaborative, provide immediate results, and also allow for lifestyle changes.
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