Achieving Wellness, Success, and Fulfillment Together

Dr. Jeffrey Walden, Psy.D., MBA

Dr. Walden received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland in 1994, his Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Widener University in 1999, and his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Widener University in 2001 with a specialty concentration in Neuropsychology.

The neuropsychological assessment process facilitates accurate understanding of the individual’s mental skills such as attention and concentration, executive functioning, learning and memory, language, visual processing, motor skills, sensory functions, and emotional/behavioral functioning. Through comprehensive assessment of these skills, an understanding of individual strengths and weaknesses emerges that facilitates accurate diagnosis and development of more effective interventions to address the individual client’s needs. Dr. Walden has over a decade of experience in neuropsychological assessment and treatment of adults and children with brain injuries, neurological impairment, dementia, and neurodevelopmental disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Intellectual Disability Disorder, and Learning Disorders.

Dr. Walden has extensive experience in the evaluation and treatment of chronic and acute mental and behavioral health concerns. He provides psychotherapeutic services to assist adolescents and adults to manage stress, develop strategies to deal with the problems of daily life, manage symptoms of chronic mental health concerns, improve functioning in personal and professional relationships, and seek greater understanding of self. His services are tailored to the individual needs of the client and focus upon enhancing the natural desire and capacity within each of us to live happy, meaningful, and fulfilling lives.

Dr. Walden provides neuropsychological assessment, psychological testing, and psychotherapeutic services at Achieve Wellness Group. He is presently accepting new patients.