Dr. Jason Baker specializes in neuropsychological,
psychoeducational, and psychological assessment of
children, adolescents, and adults. He has also completed
certification training in qEEG/brain mapping assessment,
neurofeedback, and use of NeuroField technologies.

Dr. Baker received his Ph.D. from Texas Tech University
in 2003, and completed a two-year postdoctoral residency
in Clinical Neuropsychology at the Barrow Neurological
Institute (St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center) in
2005. Dr. Baker is a licensed psychologist in Arizona.

Dr. Baker has given numerous presentations on topics
related to neuropsychological and psychological
assessment and treatment, and has had several articles
published in professional journals. He has taught both
undergraduate and graduate level courses. He is currently
an adjunct assistant professor at Midwestern University
and Argosy University, and was previously an adjunct
assistant professor at Arizona State University. He has
been an invited speaker for various organizations, ranging
from medical practices to schools.

Dr. Baker has had a great deal of experience in working
with children and adults with neurodevelopmental
disorders (e.g., ADD/ADHD, autism-spectrum disorders,
learning disorders, and language disorders), neurological
injuries/illnesses, and various emotional and medical
Jason J. Baker, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
   Natalie J. Gildar, Ph.D.
Post-Doctoral Resident
Dr. Natalie Gildar is a post-doctoral resident in pediatric
neuropsychology who specializes in the assessment and
evaluation of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities,
psychiatric conditions, and medical/neurological diagnoses.  
She received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from
Arizona State University, and completed her doctoral
internship at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles/Keck School
of Medicine of USC with a specialty in Assessment,
Evaluation, and Consultation. While at Keck School of
Medicine of USC, she received her certificate in Leadership
Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (CA-LEND),
which provided advanced training in the following
conditions: genetic disorders; neurological and neuromotor
disabilities; developmental disabilities; autism spectrum
disorders; intellectual and learning disabilities; chronic
illness; and speech/ language disorders. During her graduate
studies, she completed the Professional Program in
Neuropsychological Assessment from UC, Berkeley as well
as a two-year neuropsychology practicum at Phoenix
Children’s Hospital. Her doctoral dissertation examined
psychological outcomes following traumatic brain injuries.
Dr. Gildar assists Dr. Baker with all evaluations.