Raymond Horn, HSPP, ABPP

Raymond Horn, HSPP, ABPP
Ray Horn is a Board-Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist in private
practice in Indianapolis. For over 35 years he has been professionally
involved in the assessment and treatment of cognitive, behavioral, and
emotional consequences of brain injury and neurological disease.
Dr. Horn performs neuropsychological diagnostic assessments to assist
neurologists, internists, primary care physicians, and other medical
specialists in the diagnosis and treatment of patients presenting with
cognitive symptoms. He provides neuropsychological treatment With a
focus on managing and minimizing the behavioral and emotional effects
of neurologic or medical disorders. These assessments and treatments are also provided to injured and/or disabled workers via the Workers
Compensation system and Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. 

In addition to his neuropsychological practice, Dr. Horn provides individual psychotherapy using cognitive, behavioral, interpersonal, and
psychodynamic approaches for adults who are experiencing depression,
anxiety, or major life changes or transitions. He provides consultations and expert testimony related to neuropsychological issues in both civil and criminal cases. 

Dr. Horn is a member of the State Board of Psychology, and is a reviewer for board certification applicants for the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology. He is a Board Member for the Indiana Worker’s Compensation Institute. 

Education: 
Grinnell College B.A. Chemistry, 1968
Stanford University M.S. Chemistry, 1969
Duke University Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, 1979