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Dr. Christine M. Biddle's Profile

Dr. Christine M. BiddleDr. Biddle is a Licensed Psychologist specializing in neuropsychological assessment. She has experience evaluating individuals across the lifespan with various neurological, neurocognitive, neurobehavioral and neuropsychiatric disorders, due to cognitive decline as a result of aging, traumatic brain injury, stroke, as well as Alzheimer's disease and variants of dementia.

Dr. Biddle also has experience in pediatric neuropsychology, providing neuropsychological services as well as evaluation and consultation support for children who experience cognitive, emotional, or behavioral concerns due to ADHD, traumatic brain injury, neurological and developmental disorders, learning disabilities, and others.


Dr. Biddle works collaboratively with an individual, their family and multidisciplinary support system, in order to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the individual. Evaluations consist of a clinical interview, review of pertinent records, and assessment of cognitive, adaptive and emotional functioning. This process will help individuals better understand their strengths and challenges in order to foster strengths while supporting areas of difficulty. The end goal of the evaluation is disseminating results in a straightforward, easy-to-understand manner, with a focus on “real-life” implications of the test findings and providing concrete recommendations that can be implemented.

Dr. Biddle’s educational background is comprehensive and diverse. In addition to her specialization in neuropsychology with adolescent and adult populations, she has experience in criminal forensic psychology as well as the treatment of children, adolescents, and adults. She has published research on psychometric properties of neuropsychological test instruments and has research specializations in the areas of the effectiveness of performance and symptom validity tests, and the impact of handcuffs on standardized neuropsychological testing.