Physicians, Psychologists, and Other Professionals

We are available to other professionals to discuss potential cases for assessment or for working memory training.

For the past 15 years, Dr. Delehant has served as a consultant to physicians from many different branches of medicine, as well as to psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, teachers, and many other professionals. Professionals trying to determine the best course of action for their clients regularly seek her diagnositic skills and suggestions for intervention.  In these cases, Dr. Delehant provides a thorough assessment of the client, informs the referring professional of the results, makes applicable recommendations, then refers the client back for continued care.

Working with School Districts

Dr. Delehant regularly serves as a consultant to school districts throughout Illinois and in other nearby states.  At times, she is hired by districts to conduct evaluations of students.  Dr. Delehant consults on the applicability of working memory training for students.  Other times, districts refer parents to Dr. Delehant, whom they hire to do an evaluation of their child.  In both cases, Dr. Delehant works to provide a thorough assessment geared toward comprehensively addressing the need.

Colleges and Universities

Dr. Delehant has worked with colleges and universities both locally and across the country to assess and to address the needs of students.  Typically, these institutions provide parents or students with Dr. Delehant’s contact information and they hire her to conduct the evaluation.

In these cases, Dr. Delehant always suggests that clients consult with the college or university that referred them to determine if there are any specific tests that need to be administered and, if so, to inform her about these in advance.  In this way, the evaluation may be appropriately tailored to meet the student’s needs.

Dr. Delehant also is available to colleges and universities to discuss the relevance of working memory in helping students to function more efficiently and effectively in their academic pursuits.