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Brad T. Tyson, PsyD

Specialties:

Neuropsychology

Call 425-899-3140

Brad T. Tyson, PsyD is accepting new patients.

Telemedicine Visits Available

Conditions Treated

neurological degenerative disorders, clinical neuropsychology, and psychological adjustment to illness or injury

Procedures Performed

psychological evaluations, cognitive evaluation, and neuropsychological testing

Contact Information

  • Office: 425-899-3140
  • Fax: 425-899-3143

Locations

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Gender:

Male

Languages:

English

Interpretation Services Available

Board Certification

Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology

Experience

Dr. Brad Tyson has been a licensed psychologist since 2014 and specializes in neuropsychological assessment. He has clinical and research interests in dementia, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, substance abuse, chronic pain, and general medical disorders associated with cognitive impairment.

Clinical Expertise

(Appointments require an internal referral)
Clinical Neuropsychology (assessment of neurologic and psychiatric disorders)

Philosophy of Care

As a neuropsychologist, my role is to help identify the nature and potential causes of any changes to your cognitive, emotional or behavioral health and determine the optimal treatment approach to maximize everyday functioning and overall quality of life.

Medical School

Queen's Medical Center | Honolulu, HI

Fellowship

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center | Lebanon, NH

Internship

Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center | Brooklyn, NY

Personal Information

I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. Having traveled extensively, I believe this area to be the most beautiful corner of the planet.
Originally a marine biology major in college, I continue to follow my passion for the ocean as an avid swimmer, beachcomber and scuba diver. I also enjoy hiking in the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges.