Striving for excellence in all we do, Commonwealth Psychology Associates® endeavors to promote health & emotional well-being for our staff, clients, and community.
The standard in behavioral health since 2004, we are a unique, multi-specialty psychological counseling and behavioral health center dedicated to providing state of the art assessment, treatment and consultation so our clients may live happier and healthier lives. Our multi-disciplinary team approach assures that each client’s care is highly personalized to meet his or her individual goals. We have four locations in the Greater Boston area including Back Bay, Financial District/Downtown, Newton-Watertown, and Newton-Wellesley.
We specialize in testing and treatment for a wide range of neuropsychological concerns, such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, learning disabilities, concussion-related symptoms, memory & attention, and how various medical conditions may affect cognition. We accept clients for neuropsychological services ages 16 & up.
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We are a multi-disciplinary behavioral health group practice with over 50 full-time psychiatrists, advanced practice nurse prescribers, clinical psychologists, and neuropsychologists who provide comprehensive, evidence-based services for children, adolescents, and young adults in multiple locations in Boston and Newton. Our integrated care philosophy includes a triple aim to improve outcomes, improve patient experience, and to lower overall healthcare costs.
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