Christopher Contardo, PhD, ABPP-CN

Christopher Contardo, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, is board-certified in Clinical Neuropsychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology. He received an undergraduate degree in psychology from Eckerd College, and a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from The University of Connecticut.  Dr. Contardo completed his internship in clinical neuropsychology at the Charleston Consortium in South Carolina and was a postdoctoral fellow in neuropsychology and rehabilitation/polytrauma psychology at the Boston Veteran Affairs Medical Center, a program coordinated by Harvard Medical School and the Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Contardo is a licensed psychologist in the states of Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana (HSPP) and an active member of the medical staff at Spectrum Lakeland Hospital. 

 

Dr. Contardo has specific training and expertise in the assessment and diagnosis of stroke syndromes, conversion disorder, concussions, traumatic brain injuries, dementia, ADHD, and language disorders. Dr. Contardo also specializes in assessing the influence of medical and psychiatric illness on cognitive and emotional functioning and strives to provide real-world, useful recommendations that address the behavioral, emotional, and cognitive concerns of the patient and family. A comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation and personalized treatment recommendations can offer the patient and family an important piece of preventive healthcare and can help the patient avoid the dangers associated with declining cognition.

 

Dr. Contardo provides clinical services for a number of national companies that seek out experts for independent medical evaluations and disability file reviews. He specializes in capacity and disability cases.  He is available for consultation regarding medico-legal and forensic evaluations.