Neuropsychology Services provides neuropsychological assessment, treatment and consultation of the cognitive and behavioral effects of neurologic disorders, specializing in the needs of children, adolescents, adults and their families in a supportive and caring environment.
Forensic: Medical-Legal Consultation
Importance of Managing Concussions: Signs, Symptoms, Treatments and Playing Safe!
Importance of Neuropsychological Assessment for the Evaluation of Autism Spectrum & Childhood Learning Disorders
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Central Nervous System: (Cardiovascular Stroke, Renal, Respitory Disorders)
Importance of Identification and Description of Cognitive Abilities in preparation for Neurosurgery.
Importance of Long Term Care of Cancer Survivors.
Treating Children and Adults at Office Locations in Newport Beach & Long Beach
American Health Journal
Concussion Management: Grace Mucci, PhD,
In this segment of American Health Journal, Grace Mucci, PhD at CHOC Children's, tells us about concussions in children and what symptoms to look for. For more information, go to http://www.choc.org/psychology
ABPdN: Why is Certification in Pediatric Neuropsychology Important?
Board certification in pediatric neuropsychology serves to assist consumers by offering supportive evidence of the competence of the pediatric neuropsychologists providing those services. The ABPdN is the only board certification organization with the sole purpose of examining and certifying competence in pediatric neuropsychology through the verification of the provider's education and training, licensure, followed by objective, written and oral examinations.
Importance of Neuropsychological Assessment for the Evaluation of Childhood Learning Disorders
Grace A. Mucci, PhD, MS, ABPdN
President Elect: The American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology
Co-Editor of "Handbook of Long Term Care of the Childhood Cancer Survivor"
Editorial Board: Journal of Pediatric Neuropsychology
Coordinator: CHOC Children's Neuropsychology Program
Behavioral Science Committee Member: Children's Oncology Group
Education, Training, and Certification
California Licensed Clinical Psychologist #PSY15334
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, 1995, California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda (APA-Accredited)
Post-Doctoral Master of Science in Psychopharmacology, 2012, Alliant International University
Diplomate, American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology
National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology #50218
APA-Accredited Pre-Doctoral Intership in Pediatric Psychology, CHOC Childrenn's Hospital
Post-Doctoral Training at CHOC Children's Hospital and Neurobehavioral Clinic and Counseling Center, Mission Viejo
American Psychological Association
National Academy of Neuropsychology
Fellow, American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology
Orange County Psychological Association (Past President)
Los Angeles County Psychological Association
Research Interests and Projects
Neurocognitive Correlates in Epilepsy and Cancer
Faculty and Staff Pediatric Neuropsychologist Coordinator Neuropsychology Program Children's Hospital of Orange County
Medical Staff St Joseph's Hospital
Faculty Argosy University