Hospital Inpatient Medical Units
Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus/ Lumbar Puncture Evaluation Program
Diane Miller, M.D. provides a wide array of adult (age 18 and above) psychiatric evaluation and medication management services on an outpatient basis as well as in an inpatient rehabilitation setting at the HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Sarasota. Her status of integrated team member along with HealthSouth physiatrists, neuropsychology staff, rehabilitation staff (Speech, OT, and PT), and nursing staff at HealthSouth is unique in the field of rehabilitation. Dr. Miller also provides medical direction for the NeuroInternational (Balmoral campus) traumatic brain injury and pain programs.
Teri Callender, MA, Physician Assistant, also provides psychiatric counseling and medication management under the supervision of Dr. Miller. She has provided Physician Assistant services for both neurology and physiatry practices and therefore brings a unique set of expertise to the CMPS team. She combines her training in medicine with Master's degree in Social Work and is currently in the process of obtaining her license in Clinical Social Work (LCSW).
Aaron Brooks, ARNP joined the CMPS team in 2010 as a psychiatric ARNP. He is trained in psychiatric medication management with adults and children. He has many years of training and experience with geriatric populations and in long term care facilities.
ALF / Geriatric Programs
CMPS Psychiatric PA and Psychology staff work in more than 15 (and growing) different ALF settings providing psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, and adjustment to aging issues. Neuropsychological evaluation is provided for assessment of dementia and behavioral disorders. Psychiatric medication management is provided by CMPS Psychiatric PA’s. The goal is to provide programmatic services to integrate mental health services with the staff and programs at each facility.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Rehabilitation
In partnership with NeuroInternational, CMPS staff provide comprehensive behavioral medicine services to TBI and SCI patients who are residents of the NeuroInternational TBI/SCI program. This includes: Neuropsychological evaluation for assessment of cognitive and emotional dysfunction, psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, adjustment to disability issues, behavioral dysfunction, and family education. Cognitive remediation is provided part of the overall rehabilitation program to address memory, attentional, executive functioning, and other cognitive dysfunction. Psychiatric medication management is provided by the CMPS Dr. Miller (psychiatrist) and Psychiatric PA’s under her supervision. Dr. Kanter serves as the NeuroInternational ABI Program Director, Dr. Miller serves as the NeuroInternational Medical Director, and Dr. Cooper serves as the Director of Neuropsychology.
Pain Management/Behavioral Medicine
Together in partnership with Coastal Pain Management and Rehabilitation and NeuroInternational Comprehensive MedPsych Systems has developed a truly unique Multidisciplinary Pain Program with a variety of tracks all in one program not found elsewhere in the country including:
Outpatient behavioral pain management staffed in the Coastal pain physician’s offices by Karmon Sears, PsyD.
Providing behavioral health screening, psychotherapy, and psychiatric medication management
Inpatient narcotic detox (including a locked or unlocked hospital setting)
Residential pain management program which includes CMPS Psychology and Psychiatry staff (along with PT, OT and Vocational Services as needed)
Spinal Cord Stimulator and Morphine Pump Psychological Evaluations
An integrated Team Approach consisting of Psychological Evaluations with CMPS clinical psychology staff, individual and family psychotherapy as well as behavioral management by Janet Carlson, LCSW (Eating Disorders specialist), Psychiatric/Medical management with Dr. Diane Miller, and integration with nutritional experts.
Psychology Consultants to IMG / Bollettieri Academy / Pendleton School
CMPS has recently contracted with the IMG Academy headquartered in Bradenton to provide Clinical Psychology services and consultation to all aspects of the program. This includes on-site psychological evaluation and psychotherapy services to the athletes. On-site neuropsychological and psychological evaluations and consultation to the teachers and staff will also be provided to the students of the Pendleton School for ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and behavioral/emotional issues. This program is coordinated by Anika Trancik, Ph.D. who has worked in a variety of adult and pediatric academic, medical, and consultation settings.
School / Academic Programs
CMPS staff provides psychological services to the Pendleton School (on the IMG Academy campus) as well as to the Imagine School located in North Port, Florida. Services provided by Dr. Anika Trancik (depending upon the location) may include learning disability/ADHD psychological evaluations, IEP/child study team consultation, teacher consultation, psychotherapy, family therapy/education, as well as school and parent inservices. Special services (such as Psychological Evaluations in cases of litigation) are also provided to the Sarasota County School System on an as needed basis.
Private Gifted evaluations as well as Neuropsychological Evaluations for ADHD, LD, Emotional and Behavioral Dysfunction are also provided by several different CMPS staff who are highly trained and specialized in the areas of Clinical Child Psychology and Pediatric Neuropsychological Evaluation.
Dr. Donald A. McMurray is a former college basketball player who received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. He developed Mental Edge/Sports Training in 1980 and has provided sports psychology training to amateur, collegiate, and professional athletes.
Dr. Maryla Madura is a neuropsychologist and former high ranked tennis professional. She offers a unique perspective and combination of expertise in the field of Sports Psychology.
CMPS has contracted with several clinical drug trial research companies including the Florida Clinical Research Center and Lovelace Scientific Resources to provide psychological testing and support for a variety of research projects including ADHD, Multiple Sclerosis, etc. CMPS has also been involved in an overseas clinical drug trial training raters in neuropsychological testing.