Hope Springs Behavioral Consultants

Kind and Skilled Mental Healthcare

Psychotherapy and Neuropsychological Services

Serving Children, Teens, and Adults in Coralville, Iowa City, and Eastern Iowa

Neuropsychological Testing

Does This Sound Like Your Child?

  • My child is always stressed, tantrums, or is upset after school.
  • My child is so tired after school that we can barely get anything done.
  • My child is off-track or in trouble in the classroom.
  • My child avoids or struggles with reading, writing, spelling, or math. Maybe s/he has Dyslexia?
  • My child's moods are up and down.

The Psychologists at Hope Springs Can Help.

If ANY of these sound like concerns that your family has been having, an evaiuation might help. Often, we call this type of evaluation “Neuropsychological Testing.” "Neuro" means “brain” – and that’s exactly what we’re hoping to do. We have materials that help us learn more about how a person’s brain works. Once we know that, we can tell you a little bit more about what we think is going on (diagnoses) and what we think might help!

Does This Sound Like You?

  • I feel stressed and upset, and my moods go up and down
  • I feel so tired and overdone that I can't enjoy my life.
  • I am always busy, but never seem to finish projects that I start.
  • I often say or do things that I regret later.
  • I am never on time and I have difficulties managing money or keeping my home organized.
  • I often avoid reading, and have to re-read often. I'm concerned that I may have Dyslexia.

The Psychologists at Hope Springs Can Help.

If ANY of these sound like concerns that you have been having, an evaiuation might help. Often, we call this type of evaluation “Neuropsychological Testing.” "Neuro" means “brain” – and that’s exactly what we’re hoping to do. We have materials that help us learn more about how a person’s brain works. Once we know that, we can tell you a little bit more about what we think is going on (diagnoses) and what we think might help!

What Our Patients Say About Us

Recently, we asked our current patients how we were doing. Out of 98 of confidential respondents (current patients) over a two-week period, the results supported that we are kind and provide very strong care. We are very proud of the service that we provide. Thank you to all who participated. We are honored.

Does Your Child Have Any of These Problems?

  • Challenging behavior?
  • Defiance with adults?
  • Tantrums?
  • Fights with other children or siblings?
  • Difficulties taking turns?
  • Difficulties sitting still?
  • Attachment concerns?
  • Anxiety when they separate from you?
  • Test your limits constantly?
  • Sadness or worry?

The Psychotherapists at Hope Springs Can Help.

At Hope Springs, we will work with parents and children to help.  We are warm and fun, and will get to know your child and your family.  We can teach you ways to help your child.  We work closely with parents when needed.  At other times, we may work with your child or teen to teach them ways to understand their feelings, learn who they want to be, and help them make healthy decisions for themselves.

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Hope Springs’ Contact Information

Hope Springs Behavioral Consultants

1303 5th St. STE 202

Coralville, IA 52241

(319) 358-6520

contact@hopesprings.net

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