Our resident neuropsychologist, Dr. Steed, has been in practice since 1993 and has worked in several clinical inpatient and outpatient settings. Among his areas of expertise are dementia, closed head injury, multiple sclerosis, and other conditions that affect neurocognitive functioning. He has worked with military service members for several years evaluating blast-related brain injuries.
Mr. Seigel, our resident PNP, is available on Tuesdays to assist patients with medication management.
Dr. Jones is a psychologist who has a strong interest and background in psychological and neuropsychological assessment; she also enjoys psychotherapy with adults. She grew up in a military family and as such, has experienced many of the challenges faced by military dependents and their active duty members. Her areas of interest include the treatment of anxiety in various settings and situations, issues germane to the military spouse, women's issues, and the study of identity in midlife.
Dr. Chorley is a licensed psychologist with a military background. While in the United States Navy, he worked at the Naval Drug Rehabilitation Center in Miramar, California. He is well-versed in individual, marriage, and family therapy and works well with children and adolescents. He received his undergraduate degree in Psychology and his Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from East Carolina University. He received his Master’s and Doctoral degrees from Fielding Graduate University.
Ms. Jamie Cantrall is our office manager. She served in the United States Navy and has traveled extensively. She loves being a part of the Alpha Neurobehavioral family and enjoys interacting with the many clients we serve.