Psychological well-being is important for a healthy life. Unfortunately, it is just as difficult to diagnose your cognitive health as it is to diagnose your physical health. For example, you may ask, “Does my child have a learning disability?” or “Is my memory getting worse than I would expect with normal aging?” Now, these are difficult questions.
Maintianing Memory Health
Have you ever asked yourself the question, “Do I have a memory problem?” When we ask that question, we are really asking, “Is my memory getting worse than I would expect with normal aging?” Now that’s a difficult question to answer.
Childhood and Adolescent Well-being
Psychological well-being in the years preceding adulthood is critical to a healthy life. If your child or teen is experiencing difficulties at school, home, or socially, it’s important to determine what those difficulties are and how to best intervene. MARS Memory-Health Network has psychologists who are specifically trained to work with this population.