Case Study: TB

Clinician Identifier & Credentials

J. Tarrant, Ph.D., BCIAEEG

Date of Submission

March 28, 2009


TB is an 11-year-old Caucasian male. He is in the 5 th grade and is homeschooled. He was initially referred to this clinician for a Psychological Evaluation when attending a rural public school. Concerns from the school included refusal to complete work, easily distracted, unorganized work area, flat affect, “head twitching,” avoidance of physical activities, physical awkwardness/clumsiness, and social immaturity.

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