To inspire, energize and motivate clients to create a psychologically healthy life for themselves and those living around them. 

Introduction of Neuropsychology Department:

The Neuropsychology unit at the Department of Sindh Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (SIPM&R) is providing comprehensive neuropsychological assessments, management recommendations, and rehabilitation to people, who have suffered illness or injury (particularly to the brain) which has caused neurocognitive problems. In particular, the neuropsychologist brings in a psychological viewpoint to the treatment, to understand how such illness and injury may have an effect.


The Outpatient Neuropsychology Service serves individuals from infancy through young adulthood, offering comprehensive services through a Diagnostic Intake Clinic and specialty clinics focused on developmental, psychological, and neuropsychological assessment. All departmental services apply professional expertise to the understanding of development and functioning, with an emphasis on fostering understanding and providing recommendations to families, schools, and other professionals in order to maximize each child’s potential.


Assessments typically include a clinical interview with the caregiver(s), observation of the child, and formal psychological testing. Formal testing may include measures of the following: intellectual functioning, adaptive skills, attention/executive functions, language, and language-related processes, academic/pre-academic achievement, nonverbal/visual processing, learning and memory, motor skills, personality, and emotional functioning.


Neuropsychology is a sub-field of clinical psychology that specializes in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of patients with neurological, medical, neurodevelopmental, and psychiatric conditions, as well as other cognitive and learning disorders. Neuropsychologists use advanced training in brain-behavior relationships and state-of-the-art assessment methodologies to help patients and their treating clinicians understand how brain dysfunction affects their cognition, emotions, behavior, and daily functioning.