Dr. Fisher is an Arizona licensed psychologist who is fellowship trained in clinical neuropsychology. She earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology from Lander College for Women in New York City. She then simultaneously earned her master’s degree and doctorate in clinical psychology from Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. She completed her internship training at Southwest Behavioral Health Services where she worked with co-occurring psychiatric and substance dependence population with complex psychiatric conditions. She then completed her post-doctoral fellowship in adult and geriatric neuropsychological assessment and cognitive rehabilitation.
Dr. Fisher specializes in the neurocognitive and emotional assessment of clients with brain injury, neurological disorders, dementia, and neurovascular disease, and psychological and medical conditions that may affect brain function. She also performs pre-operative assessments for patients with chronic pain who are candidates for spinal cord stimulators.
She values partnering with her patients, their families, and physicians to provide multi-disciplinary treatment and care for the patient as a whole in order to identify, appropriately treat, and optimize their cognitive function and quality of life.