Dr. Arthur Joyce is a clinical psychologist specializing in pediatric and adult  neuropsychological evaluation of persons struggling with executive dysfunction, attention problems, memory difficulties, and learning disabilities. He holds Diplomate status in the field of neuropsychology through the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology.

 

 Dr. Joyce is  an expert in the psychological assessment of invididuals with visual impairment. He is certified in the administration of the both the McCarron-Dial System and the Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation System.

 

Dr. Joyce has had the good fortune to receive  expert mentoring. He trained with Dr. Jack Dial, an internationally recognized leader in the fields of neuropsychological assessment and visual impairment who developed the McCarron-Dial System and the Comprehensive Vocational Evaluation System. 

 

Dr. Joyce also trained with an internationally recognized leader in neuropsychology, Dr. Leonard Koziol. Dr. Koziol, who is based in Chicago, wrote a groundbreaking text in 2009 with co-author, Dr. Deborah Budding: "Subcortical Structures and Cognition". Dr. Joyce has co-authored several publications with Dr. Koziol. 

 

Dr. Joyce is a passionate advocate for the field of neuropsychology. He serves as an evaluator for those seeking board specialization in the field, through the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology. He has published a number of articles focused on the integration of brain science and neuropsychological assessment. He is a member of several psychology and related organizations, including the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, the Society for Neuroscience, and the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology.

 

Dr. Joyce meets with patients by appointment only. His office is conveniently located in Irving, Texas, just outside of Dallas. He performs psychological and neuropsychological evaluations for patients referred privately and through various state agencies, including Division for Blind Services, Division for Rehabilitation Services, and Social Security Disability Services. Dr. Joyce dedicates a portion of his practice to performing psychological and neuropsychological evaluations of persons involved in civil litigation. He has been retained on behalf of both plaintiff and defense.

 

 

4201 Wingren Drive, Suite 112

Irving, TX 75062

972-650-6166 fax: 972-541-1759