BPP Neuropsychology

Comprehensive neuropsychological assessment and intervention.

Our team of highly experienced psychologists offer comprehensive neuropsychological assessments for people seeking diagnosis or living with established neurological conditions.

Are you concerned about changes to your memory, attention or other thinking skills? 

Have you just been diagnosed with a neurological condition and want to know what this means for you? 

Are you living with a long-term neurological condition that is getting in the way of what matters most?

If any of these questions apply to you, you could benefit from a neuropsychological assessment. An assessment can identify the strengths and difficulties in your thinking skills and explore how this is affecting your daily life.

It’s easy to feel stuck, demoralised and frustrated when you’re facing changes to your thinking skills. Neuropsychology can offer personalised recommendations and support based on your values to help you make sense of your experiences, plan for the future and live the life you want. 

To find out more about how a neuropsychological assessment could help you, get in touch.

What is neuropsychology?

Neuropsychology is a scientific discipline that concerns itself with understanding and evaluating thinking skills, usually called cognition. Cognition is an umbrella term that refers to all of the thinking skills housed in our brains including memory, attention, processing speed, planning, problem solving and emotional regulation, amongst many others. 

Neuropsychologists are educated to a doctoral level or above and have experience working with a wide range of neurological diagnoses including developmental, acquired and degenerative conditions. They are skilled in working with the client themselves as well as supporting their family members where appropriate. 

What is a neuropsychological assessment?

A neuropsychological assessment is a thorough evaluation of your thinking skills as well as your psychological wellbeing to either make a diagnosis or establish recommendations for future management. 

We understand how daunting it can be to experience difficulties in your cognition. A neuropsychological assessment can arm you with information about your thinking skills and support you to achieve the best outcomes possible.

Neuropsychology Assessment

An assessment typically consists of four parts.

1. Clinical Interview

Your psychologist will spend time with you to find out what you’ve noticed and why this is a problem for you.

2. Collateral interview

Your psychologist will speak to a person of your choosing who knows you very well and can answer questions about how you are managing. This can be done with you present if you wish.

3. Cognitive assessment

You will be asked to complete a number of validated assessment tools, which have been selected for your particular needs. These typically cover a range of pen and paper tasks and puzzles to solve. 

4. Feedback

The outcome of your assessment will be discussed with you in detail and you will be given a neuropsychological report, along with recommendations for future management. 

Neuropsychological Assessment

Alzheimer’s & Other Dementias

There are currently 900,000 people in the UK living with dementia and this figure is expected to rise to 1.6 million by 2040. Early diagnosis is crucial for taking proactive steps to slow the progression of the disease.

Parkinson’s Disease

1 in 37 people will be diagnosed with Parkinson’s in their lifetime. Early assessment and diagnosis will mean you are best placed to engage in treatment protocols that will help to manage the progression of the condition.  

Neuropsychological Assessment
Neuropsychological Assessment


ADHD goes largely undiagnosed in the adult population, especially in women, and 5% of school age children are thought to have ADHD. We can confirm your diagnosis and offer strategies to help you manage your symptoms.

Aquired Brain Injury

Every 90 seconds someone is admitted to hospital with an Aquired Brain Injury. Whether you have had a stroke or traumatic injury we can explore changes in your cognition and build a bespoke neurological rehabillitation plan. 

Neuropsychological Assessment