Dr. Seda Terzyan
Dr. Seda Terzyan is a licensed clinical neuropsychologist (PSY 29251) with a specialization in treating and evaluating co-occurring cognitive and psychological problems. She is the Founder of Perspectives.
Dr. Terzyan is experienced in the delivery of both evidence-based psychotherapy and clinical neuropsychology, having intentionally emphasized training in both disciplines to foster a deep understanding of brain-behavior interrelations. Dr. Terzyan’s areas of neuropsychological expertise are in traumatic brain injuries, memory loss, ADHD, and learning disorders. Her areas of clinical expertise are in the treatment of cognitive disorders, anxiety disorders, and trauma-related conditions. She has extensive experience working with clients presenting with medically and psychiatrically complex diagnoses, allowing her to effectively diagnose and treat diverse psychopathology.
Dr. Terzyan received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California in 2016. Dr. Terzyan thereafter completed two years of post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric and adult neuropsychology, providing comprehensive neuropsychological reports for a number of purposes. She also conducted testing for specific forms of dementia and worked with medical professionals to provide targeted treatment. Prior to receiving her doctorate, Dr. Terzyan completed her APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship at the Pacific Islands VA Healthcare System, assessing veterans and military active duty populations for presenting problems such as traumatic-brain injuries and PTSD.
Dr. Terzyan also completed a year-long clinical placement at the Loma Linda University Medical Center, Rehabilitation Hospital, where she was trained as a neuropsychology liaison on an interdisciplinary medical team, providing brief assessments and short-term evidence-based psychotherapy for patients with complex spinal and brain injuries. Prior, Dr. Terzyan completed a year-long placement at the Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center (BMC), working on the high-risk child and adolescent inpatient unit. Dr. Terzyan completed her Master’s degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis on neuropsychology at Loma Linda University, and completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2009.