Hi, I’m Rhonda Freeman, a clinical neuropsychologist licensed here in sunny Florida.
I’m interested in the underlying brain processes of psychiatric and emotional conditions, therefore I chose to complete my internship at a psychiatric hospital (Norristown State Hospital in Pennsylvania). There I evaluated patients with conditions such as schizophrenia, psychopathy, depression, PTSD, and bipolar disorders.
I completed my post-doctoral fellowship training at the University Of Miami – Jackson Memorial Hospital and The Wien Center For Alzheimer’s Disease & Memory Disorders at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida. While there I trained in the area of neuropsychological evaluations and cognitive retraining/rehabilitation with patients diagnosed with dementia and various other neurological conditions.
I worked within an inpatient brain trauma and stroke rehabilitation hospital before dedicating my time to private practice. I have been in private practice since 2001 with Sunrise Medical Group Neurology. I see a varied group of individuals with general medical and neurological conditions.
My primary populations include those with ADHD, dementia, and psychological conditions that impact thinking, mood, and behavior, such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder).
In addition to my clinical work, I am involved in Alzheimer’s research where I function as a cognitive rater and sub-investigator for numerous pharmaceutical clinical trials.
When not working, I dedicate my time to abuse survivors. I try to educate men and women online in the areas of abuse patterns, personality disorders, types of abusers, and common brain reactions to volatile, cruel, manipulative partners. Many people describe their victimization as “narcissistic abuse”.
In order to provide information and help survivors of narcissistic abuse, I created a neuroscience course. Learn more here: Course.
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