Welcome to the offices of Richard D. Fuller, Ph.D. and Kristi Fuller, Ph.D., ABPP-CN. Fuller Diagnostics, LLC provides neuropsychological services for individuals and agencies across the state ofAlaska. Together we provide services for Alaskans across the life span. Dr. Kristi Fuller focuses on the assessment needs of children and Dr. Richard Fuller provides neuropsychological evaluations for adults of all ages. Maureen Young, LCSW provides individual and family treatment for children and adolescents, while Krista A. Pemberton, LCSW provides individual, marital, and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Damon Pemberton, LCSW provides individual and family therapy for adults and adolescents.
Our clinical therapists provide a range of services including individual, family, and group therapy. We work individually with a range of difficulties, and provide group therapy for specific populations. Please contact our office if you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment. We are able to bill all private insurances and Tricare for counseling services. Unfortunately, state regulations do not allow us to bill Alaska Medicaid or Denali Kid Care for psychotherapy services.
Dr. Richard Fuller works with adolescents and adults across all ages. Pediatric neuropsychological evaluations are provided by Dr. Kristi Fuller. With our providers, we are able to provide specialized care for individuals from 2 years 6 months through all stages of adulthood. Please contact our office manager, Tiffanie Gerkman, if you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment. Evaluations can be costly, and we are pleased to be able to bill most insurances including Tricare, Medicaid, and Medicare for all assessment services. We are happily settled in our new office location, conveniently located in midtown Anchorage.
What is Neuropsychology?
Neuropsychology is a specialty area in psychology that focuses on the relationship between brain functioning and individual behavior. A neuropsychological evaluation is helpful in determining a diagnosis, identifying neurocognitive strengths and weaknesses, assessing competencies, and guiding educational and clinical interventions.
What is a Neuropsychologist?
A neuropsychologist is a psychologist who has received specialized postdoctoral training in the relationship between behavior and neuroanatomy, neurology, neurophysiology, and psychological factors. Neuropsychologists are well versed in the types of tests and evaluation processes necessary to establish the existence and extent of brain dysfunction.