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Myles Cooley, Ph.D. is a Board Certified, Licensed Psychologist and author who has evaluated and treated thousands of children, adolescents and adults.  His current practice consists of 50% adults and 50% children & adolescents.  Some of Dr. Cooley’s services include:

  • Psychotherapy/counseling for adults, adolescents and children for  behavioral, psychological, and emotional problems.  His therapeutic orientation is cognitive-behavioral  (Psychotherapy or medication?)

  • Parent counseling for effective child behavior management strategies

  • Evaluations for adults, adolescents, and children for ADHD, dyslexia, learning disabilities, early childhood developmental delays, autism and Asperger’s Syndrome

  • Gifted testing

  • Computerized memory training programs for working memory & attentional deficits (Cogmed Working Memory Training – click Cogmed Qualified Practice shield below).  Children and adults with ADD and learning disabilities typically have deficits in working memory

  • Evaluations for educational accommodations on SAT, ACT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, USMLE as well as for accommodations in school, college/university, graduate school

  • Local and national speaking engagements for parents, educators, and health professionals

  • Pre-employment, fitness for duty  psychological evaluations for law enforcement applicants & employees

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Cogmed Working Memory Training

Cogmed Qualified Practice

23rd of April 2014

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Schools Must Understand Kids' Needs South Florida Sun-Sentinel, May 26, 2008, 5F

Focus on IQ, Slow Students Dims Future for Brightest, Special to the Palm Beach Post, October 14, 2007

Educational Solution as Easy as A, B, C Palm Beach Post, Mar. 8, 1998, 3E

Attention Deficit Disorder is an Explanation, Not an Excuse ADHD Report (Feb 1998), 6(1), 6-7

A Letter to Children with Attention Deficit Disorder (1991)



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