About Flint Hills NeuroPSYCHOLOGY
Flint Hills Neuropsychology offers local, specialty care for psychological evaluation and diagnosis of children ages 3 and up and adults. We offer a patient-centered model, where your questions can be answered with customized and scientifically based assessments. If you, or your child are experiencing symptoms with thinking, memory, concentration, behavior, or emotion, we can help you understand the nature of the problem, and make recommendations for intervention. We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and most private insurance plans including Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Tricare.
Dr christine Durrett, ABPP
BOARD CERTIFIED clinical neuropsychologist
Dr. Durrett trained at Harvard University (BA in Psychology) and the University of Missouri-Columbia (MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology), then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at PAR Rehab Services in Lansing, Michigan. She is board certified in clinical neuropsychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology, and a member of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology. She maintains ongoing involvement in academic psychological research.
dr angela duncan
Dr. Duncan trained at Wisconsin Lutheran College (BA in psychology) and the University of Kansas (MA and PhD in clinical psychology). She completed her internship at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and VA Medical Center in Jackson, MS where she conducted bariatric surgery evaluations, and delivered smoking cessation and behavioral weight loss treatments. Dr. Duncan completed post-doctoral training at the University of Kansas Medical Center where she utilized televideo for clinical services as well as learned about integrative nutrition for optimal health. She is currently a psychology professor at Washburn University, and teaches introductory, abnormal, and health psychology as well as beginning counseling skills and ethics. Dr. Duncan has a passion for an integrative approach to healthcare that capitalizes on sustainable behavior change. She enjoys sharing this information with her patients and students.
Dr jennIFER dyson
Dr. Dyson trained at Sterling College (B.A., Behavioral Science), Emporia State University (M.S., Clinical Psychology), and Wheaton College (Psy.D., Clinical Psychology). During her pre-doctoral internship at the North Chicago VA Hospital, she completed rotations in neuropsychology, inpatient and outpatient PTSD treatment, and homeless veterans' rehabilitation. While completing her post-doctoral training at Heritage Professional Associates (Hinsdale, IL), she provided psychological testing and individual therapy. During that time, she taught as an adjunct professor in the Wheaton College psychology doctoral program. She is currently a psychology professor at Sterling College (Sterling, KS), and enjoys helping students conduct research and present research at regional and national psychology conventions.
dr brooke preylo
Dr. Brooke Preylo trained at the University of Central Missouri (B.S., Rehabilitation Psychology) and Forest Institute (M.A. and Psy.D in Clinical Psychology). Her internship and residency were through the Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium where she completed rotations in inpatient psychiatric treatment, outpatient community mental health and residential attachment-based therapy. Dr. Preylo has experience with medical, disability, vocational/personnel, adoption, neurodevelopmental and differential diagnostic evaluations. She is active in the Manhattan community and has the privilege to speak to leadership groups in the Flint Hills region about her professional interests, including the effects of social media comparison on psychological well-being and culturally-bound stereotypes related to behavioral expectations. Prior to living in Manhattan, she was in private practice with her husband in Missouri, where the focus of her practice was broad psychological assessment for all ages.