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Michael J. Perrotti, Ph.D. handles a wide range of complex legal issues
Contact Dr. Perrotti for expert evaluation and testimony.
Dr. Perrotti is a neuropsychologist. Neuropsychology is the psychological specialty of evaluating the effects of damage to the brain (Traumatic Brain Injury) as well as neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The neuropsychologist is able to conduct neuropsychological testing which is useful in assessment of strengths and weaknesses in brain function.
Michael Perrotti is an expert in child bonding studies assessing the strength and quality of attachment between parent and child. He published a chapter on “Methodology of Conducting Bonding Studies in Child Custody Evaluations: Integration with Neuroscience” published in The Handbook of Child Custody (2015).
He also offers athletes assistance with performance enhancement. Anxiety management and guided visual imagery and related techniques are provided to enhance and improve skills.
Dr. Perrotti provides individual, marital and family counseling services to veterans. Dr. Perrotti has assisted veterans with issues involving transition to stateside, assessment of neuroblast trauma(blast, shockwave and flash injuries) and PTSD.
Counseling and Diagnostic Testing
Neuropsychological Testing and Neurocognitive Programs
Dr. Perrotti is dedicated to providing effective representation in forensic neuropsychological and clinical assessment in relation to legal counsel.
Michael J. Perrotti, Ph.D.
3 Pointe Drive, Suite #303
Brea, CA 92821
Office – (714) 528-0100
Fax – (714) 528-2575
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