Larry Pollock, Ph.D. & Associates, Neuropsychology
Our practice includes professional and support staff to provide quality services to our clients and our referral sources. From reception, scheduling, medical records, neuropsychological evaluation, psychological evaluation, vocational evaluation, psychotherapy, to comprehensive brain injury treatment services, we strive to provide you with the best we have to offer.
The following are some highlights about Dr. Pollock. Please see the side menu for other key staff members.
Dr. Pollock, or "Dr. Strategy" as our clients have nicknamed him over the years, is the reason Project ReEntry exists and persists. His calm demeanor, quality evaluations, and client-oriented style of treatment are responsible for our success over the years. He is the owner and Executive Director.
Dr. Pollock was born in Oklahoma but was raised primarily in Sweeny, Texas. He attended Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches where he received his B.S. in Psychology in 1967. In 1971 he received his M.S. in Psychology from Syracuse University in New York. After completing his internship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, he returned to Syracuse University and earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 1973.
Dr. Pollock has been in private practice for over 35 years specializing in neuropsychology. He is a Senior Disability Analyst and Diplomate for the American Board of Disability Analysts. Although his practice does include clinical psychological services, the diagnosis and rehabilitation of clients who have suffered Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is his primary focus.
Project ReEntry is equipped to assist
vocational rehabilitation professionals in providing vocational
evaluations, cognitive rehabilitation, and job placement assistance for
their clients who have some type of neurological dysfunction. The program is designed to assist clients in their
efforts to return to being productive members of our society. Throughout
his career Dr. Pollock has worked with clients referred by physicians,
Worker's Compensation carriers, and agencies such as the Dept. of
Assistive and Rehabilitation Services of Texas to get them to work,
assist them with additional education, or provide assistance with independent
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