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Notice of independent psychological practice closure. Effective November 4th, 2016, Eugene J. Rankin, Ph.D., licensed clinical psychologist (PY 6386), will be permanently closing his independent clinical practice located at 300 Kingsley Lake Drive, St. Augustine, Florida. After this date, the psychological records of the service users may be obtained by them, their legal representatives, or licensed mental health professionals designated by service users in writing, to receive the service user's records by contacting and leaving a message on Dr. Rankin's telephone at (904) 495-6800 or fax request at (904) 395-9333, who will make appropriate arrangements for release of records.

About Neuropsychology
Neuropsychological evaluations offer a comprehensive approach to applied problems concerning the psychological (cognitive, behavioral and emotional) effects of Central Nervous System injury. Neuropsychological evaluations evaluate intelligence, attention, memory, language expression and comprehension, abstraction, comprehension of dangerous situations, apraxia, and academic functioning, among other facets of cognition. The goal of neuropsychological evalutions is to assist with diagnosis and treatment.

Listed below are several websites you may wish to visit in order to get a better understanding of neuropsychology in general and specific educational and licensing qualifications of neuropsychologists in particular.

Considered a metasource for neuropsychology information on the Internet:

The American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology:

The International Neuropsychological Society:

Florida Psychological Association:

Florida Department of Health Psychology Licensure:

Eugene Rankin, Ph.D., ABPP
Diplomate in Clinical Neuropsychology
American Board of Professional Psychology
Florida License #PY 6386

300 Kingsley Lake Drive, Suite 401
St. Augustine, FL 32092
ph (904) 495-6800 | fax (904) 395-9333