Naudia Moorley, Psy.D., is a Psychometry Coordinator at the Banner Sun Health Research Institute (BSHRI) in Sun City, Arizona.
She completed a bachelorʼs degree in psychology (minor in Health Sciences) at the University of Central Florida. She completed a masterʼs degree in General Psychology at the University of West Florida. She completed a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. She completed her pre-doctoral internship training at the Crisis Recovery Unit through the Southwest Behavioral and Health Services Training Institute in Phoenix, Arizona.
She completed her post-doctoral training at BSHRI which primarily consisted of completing outpatient neuropsychological evaluations with a geriatric population. Most of her clientele are referred by neurologists specializing in dementia and movement disorders. Thus, her primary role has entailed using neuropsychological evaluations to assess oneʼs cognitive strengths and weaknesses and assisting with the diagnosis of various neurodegenerative diseases. Additionally, her current role includes assisting with the training and supervision of pre-doctoral students and involvement in multiple clinical trials focused on potential treatment options for various forms of dementia.
She has worked with myriad populations within her ten plus years in the field of Psychology but has thoroughly enjoyed working with the geriatric population within the past four years. On a more personal note, she enjoys spending time with her family, spending time outdoors and travellng.