Melinda Jorgensen, Ph.D.
Melinda L. Jorgensen, Ph.D. is part of our pediatric neuropsychology team. She grew up in the Southwest and received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Arizona State University. Dr. Jorgensen received her graduate training in clinical psychology at Idaho State University. She completed an APA approved pre-doctoral internship at Utah State Hospital. At Utah State Hospital, Dr. Jorgensen received specialized training in pediatric and forensic neuropsychology. She then developed a post-doctoral residency to further her training in Boise, Idaho under the supervision of a board certified neuropsychologist. Currently, Dr. Jorgensen provides neuropsychological evaluations for children, teens, and adults who present with full spectrum of conditions, including mild to moderate TBI and seizure disorder, pregnancy/birth trauma and prematurity, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and exposure to teratogens in utero, executive dysfunction, aphasic and dyspraxic conditions, Alexithymia and Autism Spectrum Disorder, and many other conditions. In her personal life, Dr. Jorgensen is a loving wife, dog lover, wonderful cook/baker, and avid bicyclist.