Neuropsychology

Connecting Mind And Body

Doctors specializing in neuropsychology usually focus on how certain injuries or illnesses affect and alter cognitive function and behavioral patterns.

Why You Might Be Referred To A Neuropsychologist

  • Brain injury
  • Chronic pain/illness
  • Abnormal behavior
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Jayana Marie Mercado

Dr. Mercado is a licensed psychologist and specializes in neuropsychology. She received her Ph.D in Counseling Psychology and graduated with honors in 2004 from Texas Woman’s University. After completing her internship with Brooke Army Medical Center in July, 2003 she continued on with a Neuropsychology Fellowship at University of Texas Health Science Center/Audie L. Murphy VA Hospital until August 2005. As a proud member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology she currently holds a position on the Women In Leadership Committee. She is also associated with the International Neuropsychological Society. She has presented at numerous conferences and shared valuable information with her peers to aide in the advancement of patient-centered treatment plans. Her background in neuropsychological disorders has been recognized and she has served as a forensic consultant and an expert witness.


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Julian Osuji, PhD

Dr. Julian Osuji is a Clinical Neuropsychologist and a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Texas. He received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Saint Louis University in 2003 and completed a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship in Neuropsychology at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in 2005 prior to joining their Faculty.