Ms. Adelina Matevosyan, M.A. is a predoctoral psychological assistant (PSB94024572) working directly under the supervision of Dr. Jonine Nazar-Biesman, Psy.D., ABPdN (PSY17283). She is in her final year of completing her doctorate degree at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University and has concentrated her graduate training in neuropsychological assessment. Her clinical training at UCLA, UCSD, and the Veteran Affairs Healthcare System has allowed her to gain competencies in the areas of neuropsychological assessment throughout the lifespan.
Ms. Matevosyan has tailored her training to include various age groups and neurological conditions including ADHD, dementia, stroke, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury. She is passionate about utilizing neuropsychological and psychological assessment to determine ways to capitalize individual strengths.
Ms. Matevosyan has also been involved in various research projects in areas related to traumatic brain injury, adjustment to disability, and dementia. She has presented her research at national and international conferences and has co-authored multiple research articles. In addition to her research, Ms. Matevosyan has been an advocate for disability. She has been invited to speak as a guest lecturer at colleges and medical facilities and enjoys educating the public on neuropsychological conditions.