Dr. Brian Dessureau is a clinical neuropsychologist with over 15 years of experience working with adults and children with neurologic conditions. He provides care for a wide range of acquired and developmental neurologic conditions, specializing in life-span developmental neuropsychology, concussion/traumatic brain injury and the dementing illnesses. He is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at UMass Medical School, where he created and directed the clinical neuropsychology residency program. Prior to joining CNS, Brian developed the neuropsychology service at Pediatric Behavioral Health in West Boylston, MA.
Brian originally hails from Vermont, received his BA in psychology from Colgate University in upstate New York, and his PhD in clinical psychology from Clark University in Worcester. He completed internship training in neuropsychology and geropsychology at the ENRM VA Medical Center in Bedford, MA, and postdoctoral training in adult and pediatric neuropsychology within the department of neurology at UMass Medical Center.
Brian enjoys spending his time with his wife and two young children, including attempting to impart his limited knowledge of soccer when coaching his son’s team, and staying well out of the way in his daughter’s involvement in musical theater and dance. He also enjoys skiing and keeping his non-New England friends apprised of the continuing success of the Patriots, Bruins, Red Sox and Celtics.