Adam Warshowsky, Ph.D.
(770) 924-1818, ext. 309 Psychology Today Therapy Appointment
Dr. Warshowsky is a Clinical Neuropsychologist licensed by the state of Georgia. He was born-and-raised in New York and obtained his PhD degree from Fordham University. In 2008, following completion of a two-year doctoral residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City, he accepted a position at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, and relocated to Georgia. Dr. Warshowsky worked as an Inpatient Neuropsychologist for five years before starting an individual private practice in 2013 and joined the practice at Cherokee Counseling & Psychological Associates in 2018.
As a neuropsychologist, I have specialized training and education on brain functioning and behavior. Over the course of my career I’ve been involved with research in the area of brain injury & recovery and presented at national conferences. However, the focus of my professional practice has involved neuropsychological testing for patients with a wide range of cognitive problems and neurological issues, including (but not limited to) traumatic brain injury (TBI), concussion, dementia, stroke, brain tumors, autism, ADHD, and learning disability. Patients that I see range from 6 years of age to elderly, and I always have it in mind to address family needs.