Comprehensive Neuropsychology is a practice developed to offer objective assessment of cognitive and emotional functioning in relation to a variety of diagnostic questions ranging from ADHD assessment to evaluation of the sequelae of traumatic brain injury (TBI). The focus of the practice is both clinical and forensic. Our goal is to provide clear and objective evaluations based on data regardless of the referral source, as research has consistently shown that good differential diagnosis will allow for the best treatment decisions and assist with offering care that will assist the patient or examinee with making maximal improvement.
About Dr. Schutte
Dr. Schutte is a board certified practicing neuropsychologist (ABPP-CN) and manager of neuropsychology at Henry Ford Allegiance. In addition to maintaining a full clinical load focused on a broad range of referrals ranging from developmental disability to end of life issues, such as progressive dementias Dr. Schutte manages the neuropsychology practice. Dr. Schutte was formally employed at the John D. Dingell VAMC where he worked primarily with returning combat veterans in the TBI/polytrauma clinic. Dr. Schutte also maintains Sigma Psychology, which focuses on developmental pediatric issues, such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disability (LD). Dr. Schutte also maintains a private practice, Comprehensive Neuropsychology, in which assessment for TBI, ADHD, Learning Disability, psychiatric evaluations and pre-employment police evaluations are completed in both clinical and forensic contexts.
Dr. Eduardo Montoya and Dr. Jennifer LaBuda at times utilize the office space held by Comprehensive Neuropsychology; however, are not affiliated or employed by Comprehensive Neuropsychology. Any requests of either Drs. Montoya or Labuda regarding scheduling, record requests etc. should be sent directly to them at contact information provided by them.