Dr. Lynette McKeon
Dr. Lynette McKeon is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in neuropsychology who works with patients with traumatic brain injuries, stroke, dementia, epilepsy, ADHD, learning disabilities and many other brain afflictions. She is the head of neuropsychological services at Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas Health - Somerset (RWJBH-S) in Somerville, NJ and works closely with many local neurologists, psychiatrists, and family physicians. She is a certified ImPACT consultatant with specialty training in concussion evaluation and management. She is also the assistant neuropsychology consultant for the New York Giants, providing baseline and post-concussion evaluations to aid in return to play decisions. In addition, Dr. McKeon works with several area school districts by providing supplemental test data as needed to aid in the development of individualized education plans for their students.
In addition to private practice, Dr. McKeon co-leads a monthly brain injury support group for the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey and provides presentations for various organizations. She is a former adjunct professor at Rutgers University in the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, where she taught an Introduction to Neuropsychological Assessment course and continues to provide practicum training and supervision to psychology graduate students.
Dr. McKeon completed her undergraduate training at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH and postgraduate training at Nova Southeastern University's Center for Psychological Studies in Fort Lauderdale, FL, where she received her masters and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology. While at Nova Southeastern University, Dr. McKeon received specialized training in neuropsychology under Dr. Charles Golden, one of the pioneers in the field of neuropsychology. She completed her internship in neuropsychology and rehabilitation medicine at Mount Sinai/NYU Medical Center in NYC, and her postdoctoral fellowship at the Neurobehavioral Institute of New Jersey in Raritan, NJ.
Dr. McKeon served as clinical director at the Neurobehavioral Institute of NJ for five years before launching into her own private practice.
Dr. McKeon is a member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN), and the New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA). She is a former president and current member of the Somerset-Hunterdon Psychological Association (SHPA).
Dr. Slapa received her doctorate degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. For the past 20 years she has worked in private practices with focus of treatment on depression, anxiety, and trauma related issues. Dr. Slapa's particular area of interest is brain injury and the adjustment issues related to change in level of functioning and in coping with emotional and behavioral symptoms.
Dr. Lisa Slapa
Dr. Albert Sultan
Dr. Albert Sultan is a licensed psychologist, originally from Monmouth, New Jersey. Albert earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Political Science at Rutgers University and went on to earn his master’s degree in School Psychology from Brooklyn College. He returned to Rutgers as a student of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology to attain his doctoral degree (Psy.D.) in Psychology. He gained valuable evaluation experience serving patients as a member of the Rutgers Psychological Clinic Assessment Team. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the Stevens University Counseling Center, facilitating outreach programs for students interested in psychoeducation and providing individual psychotherapy to attending students experiencing anxiety, depression, disordered eating and other various issues.
To gain more experience in neuropsychology, he worked for over a year as a psychometrician at New Jersey Brain Care, before beginning his post-doctoral fellowship in May 2018. His professional interests include the assessment of neurodegenerative diseases, sports concussions and neurodevelopmental disorders. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, exercising, reading, playing sports, and is an avid fan of the Yankees, Knicks and Giants.
Dr. Patrick Swift
Dr. Patrick Swift, PhD has been a licensed clinical psychologist for 20+ years, has served over 4000+ patients, and brings extensive experience in the care and management of individuals with brain injury and other neurologic illnesses. Dr. Swift earned his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Connecticut and completed his predoctoral internship as well as his postdoctoral fellowship Mount Sinai School of Medicine. From 2000 to 2012, he was responsible for the neuropsychology service at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases and is a former clinical assistant professor at NYU School of Medicine in the departments of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine. Dr. Swift is a past-president of the New York Academy of Traumatic Brain Injury and has published in the medical literature:
Im, B., Hibbard, M., Grunwald, I., Swift, P., & Salimi, N. (2010). Traumatic Brain Injury. In: Flanagan S, Zaretsky H, Moroz A., editors. Medical Aspects of Disability: 5th Edition, New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
Eisenberg, M. E., Im, B., Swift, P. & Flanagan, S.R. (2009). Management of Traumatic Brain Injury-Related Agitation. Critical Reviews in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, 21, 215-229.
Swift, P. (2000). Validation of a Spanish language test of verbal learning and memory: The 'Perri Test de Aprendizaje Verbal y Memoria'. Dissertation Abstracts International: The Sciences and Engineering, Vol. 60 (11): 5794.