Sage Neuropsychology Consultants

About Us

Clinical Neuropsychology is a sub-specialty of psychology that specializes in brain functioning and behavior.  

A Clinical Neuropsychologist is a licensed clinical psychologist with specialized training in neuropsychology, usually through internship and fellowship.  

The Neuropsychological Evaluation involves assessment of cognitive areas (e.g., memory, attention, executive functioning) sensitive to brain functioning.  

Evaluation findings are presented in a report that identifies primary and contributing factors to cognitive changes and makes recommendations to guide treatment and improve functioning.     


Erin K. Hill, Psy.D., ABPP-CN

 

Dr. Hill is clinical neuropsychologist, board certified through the American Board of Professional Psychology. She has provided neuropsychological services through a variety of hospital based psychiatry and neurology departments and independent practices.  She has experience working with diverse patient populations (neurological conditions, learning disabilities, psychiatric disorders, medical problems, dementia) ages 16 and older. 


Prior to returning to the Chicago area, Dr. Hill managed a private neuropsychology practice in Brookline, MA.  She served on the Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Neuropsychology Society. Dr. Hill held a position as a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School where she supervised postdoctoral fellows and pursued her research endeavors.  She earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Roosevelt University, completed her internship training in neuropsychology at Henry Ford Health Center, and her clinical neuropsychology fellowship training at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School. 

About Neuropsychology

Clinical Neuropsychology

Clinical Neuropsychology is a sub-specialty of psychology that specializes in brain functioning and behavior. A Clinical Neuropsychologist is a licensed clinical psychologist with specialized training in neuropsychology, usually through internship and fellowship.  


The Neuropsychological Evaluation involves assessment of cognitive areas (e.g., memory, attention, executive functioning) sensitive to brain functioning. Evaluation findings are presented in a report that identifies primary and contributing factors to cognitive changes and makes recommendations to guide treatment and improve functioning.     


Neuropsychological Evaluations

Neuropsychological evaluations focus on an individualized assessment of a person’s cognitive functioning in order to achieve the following goals:

  • Identify potential problems with brain functioning, characterizing cognitive strengths and weaknesses
  • Clarify differential diagnoses
  • Determine possible contributing factors to changes in cognitive abilities
  • Address the impact of cognitive difficulties in work, school, personal, and social environments
  • Measure changes in cognitive status over time
  • Develop personalized treatment recommendations

Referral issues might include:

  • Memory complaints
  • Neurological disorders (e.g., head trauma, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, dementia)
  • Cognitive dysfunction related to psychiatric issues (e.g., depression, schizophrenia, substance abuse)
  • Cognitive dysfunction related to medical disorders (e.g., diabetes, cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorders)
  • Adolescent and adult attention disorders
  • Learning disabilities
  • Work-related problems and disability evaluations
  • FAA evaluations (CogScreen-AE, HIMS)
  • Competency evaluations

Specialized Assessment

FAA/CogScreen-AE/HIMS

  • FAA required evaluations, including CogScreen-AE assessment  per various disease protocols (e.g., SSRI, ADHD, Neurocognitive Disorder)
  • HIMS evaluations to meet FAA requirements

Educational Testing

  • Accommodation testing for academic settings, standardized testing (e.g., ACT, SAT, GRE, MCAT, LSAT), and Board Exams
  • Provide diagnostic clarity for various neurodevelopmental conditions (e.g., learning disorder, ADHD)

Forensic Services

Competency Evaluations

  • Assessment of financial capacity,  testamentary capacity (level of mental capacity necessary to execute a valid will), and other important decision-making capabilities

Independent Neuropsychological Evaluations

  • Per the request of disability insurance companies or private attorneys

Worker's Compensation Evaluations


Contact Us

Sage Neuropsychology Consultants

Phone: (708) 434-1264 

Fax: (708) 434-0494


erinhill@sageneuropsychology.com 

137 N Oak Park Ave, Suite 207A, Oak Park, Illinois 60301

Driving Directions

Directions

The office is located about 10 miles west of downtown Chicago, is accessible from the CTA elevated train (Green Line “L” at Oak Park), Metra line (Harlem/Marion Station).  

From downtown Chicago:

Head west on I-290, exit 23A Austin Avenue, turn right at Austin Avenue, turn left at Madison Avenue, turn right at Oak Park Avenue, continue to 137 North Oak Park Avenue (Oak Park Avenue and Lake Street) or follow directions for parking.  

From the north:

Take I-90 towards Chicago, exit 81A towards IL-43 Harlem Avenue. Follow signs for Harlem Avenue and continue south, turn left at IL-64 North Avenue, turn right at Oak Park Avenue and continue to 137 North Oak Park Avenue (Oak Park Avenue and Lake Street) or follow directions for parking.  

From the south:

Take I-94 West towards Chicago, exit 51H to merge on to the Eisenhower expressway/I-290W, exit 23A Austin Avenue, turn right at Austin Avenue, turn left at Madison Avenue, turn right at Oak Park Avenue, continue to 137 North Oak Park Avenue (Oak Park Avenue and Lake Street) or follow directions for parking.Parking is available at the Avenue Parking Garage Village of Oak Park: From Oak Park Avenue, head East on North Boulevard Downtown Garage.