Tidal Neuropsychology, PLLC

What is a psychologist?

Dr. Sutton approaches therapy from a cognitive behavioral orientation.  Therapy is therefore conducted within the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model.  Dr. Sutton will provide more information during your appointment should you decide to participate in therapy.

What would therapy look like?

A psychologist can aid in the differential diagnosis of a number of different mental disorders, including mood disorders and anxiety disorders.  Additionally, if the patient is interested and appears to be a good fit for treatment, he/she may participate in psychotherapy with Dr. Sutton.

When is it appropriate to see a psychologist?

Psychology focuses on mental and behavioral disorders, whereas neuropsychology focuses more on brain-behavior relationships. Dr. Sutton's psychological practice is comprised of primarily therapy (treatment) with some assessment.  In contrast, her neuropsychological practice is comprised primarily of assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning, with some treatment when appropriate.

What is the difference between psychology and neuropsychology?

A psychologist is one who holds a doctoral degree and specialized training in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental and behavioral disorders.


E-mail:  griffinpsutton@gmail.com

Fax:  (855) 672-7002

Phone:  (910) 803-1434

Providing Neuropsychological and Psychological Services