Laeeq Evered, Psy.D.
Half-Time Institute Faculty
B.S. Psychology, St. Louis University, 1987
M.A. Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, 1997
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, The Wright Institute, 2000
Dr. Evered is a neuropsychologist and psychodynamically oriented clinical psychologist who maintains psychotherapy, assessment, and consultation practices in Berkeley and Concord. His clinical work, research, and teaching focus on furthering the understanding of the relationship between brain functioning, emotions, and behavior toward effective treatment interventions and outcome. Dr. Evered combines a theoretical and research-based approach to his clinical work in order to develop in depth, supportive, and effective therapeutic relationship. He maintains a broad clinical practice with adults, adolescents, and children. Specific areas of assessment specialization include mild traumatic brain injury, postconcussive disorder, neurodevelopment, attention pathology, AD/HD, verbal and nonverbal learning disabilities, and Asperger's Syndrome. Dr. Evered's psychotherapy interests include individual development, life change/adjustment, trauma/PTSD, depression, affect dysregulation, and medical illness.
Dr. Evered completed his predoctoral psychotherapy training at the Karen Horney Clinic in Manhattan and his predoctoral neuropsychology training at St. Mary's Medical Center, McAuley Behavioral Health in San Francisco. He completed his postdoctoral training at San Francisco Clinical Neurosciences. Dr. Evered is a consulting clinical neuropsychologist for Neuromuscular Consultants in San Francisco and John Muir Medical Center in Concord. He is also Director of Clinical Research for Systems Micro Technologies, developing innovative neuroimaging for the rapid detection of traumatic brain injury and stroke.