Specializing in the evaluation and treatment of brain-behavior disorders
Dr. Sandberg is a NY state licensed psychologist, board certified in neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology. Since 1990, his specialty practice located on the north shore of Long Island, New York has addressed the clinical needs of thousands of persons with known or suspected conditions, including developmental disabilities, learning and attention disorders, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), neurological disorders as well as other health conditions.
Dr. Sandberg received the Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. He completed internship training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York with rotations at Jacobi and Montefiore hospitals. Thereafter, he served as a psychology fellow at St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson, NY. Among his many contributions include having developed and directed Long Island's only hospital-based interdisciplinary Community Re-entry Program, which continues to address the rehabilitation needs of adults who have experienced a brain injury. He is a member of the Allied Health staff of St. Charles and Mather hospitals.
Dr. Sandberg is a Fellow of the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN) and is recognized as a Health Service Provider by the Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. He previously served as chairperson of NAN’s Conflict of Interest Committee and serves on the New York State Psychological Association’s (NYSPA) Committee for Ethical Practice. Among his many professional roles, Dr. Sandberg also supervises doctoral students in the application of neuropsychology and psychological assessment. His professional publications address various neuropsychological disorders and contemporary assessment issues.
Dr. Sandberg’s private practice is dedicated to helping people function better in school, work, and in all aspects of their daily lives. This is accomplished through assessments that precisely highlight strengths and weaknesses and by effectively collaborating with patients so that intervention techniques promote outcomes that matter most.