Melissa Friedman, PhD, is a licensed psychologist, specializing in neuropsychology and psychotherapy for adults.
Dr. Friedman graduated from Brandeis University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts, and from the University of Houston in 2001 with a
PhD in Clinical Psychology, with specialization in Neuropsychology.
She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in traumatic brain injury and memory disorders at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa Florida.
Subsequently, she completed a research fellowship at the University
of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, conducting research and publications on the cognitive and emotional effects of ciguatera fish poisoning in people.
Dr. Friedman provides evaluations of psychological and neuropsychological functioning, to answer a variety of clinical, functional, or legal questions.
She also provides treatment to address issues such as depression, anxiety and self-esteem difficulties. She provides therapy to help individuals identify roadblocks and achieve a higher level of satisfaction in their personal life, relationships, and professional lives.She also provides group therapy.