Kris Herfkens, PhD, ABPP-CN

Dr. Herfkens is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist in private practice in Durham, North Carolina. Her practice is focused on diagnosis and treatment of adult neurocognitive disorders, with a subspecialty focus on geriatrics and MS. In addition, she has over ten years experience in forensic neuropsychology in both civil and criminal litigation.

Dr. Herfkens received her bachelor’s degree from Carleton College and a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Tulsa, where she received an American Psychological Association Dissertation Research Award. Her post doctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology was at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine.

She currently serves on the Clinical Advisory Committee of the Eastern Carolina Chapter of the MS Society and the North Carolina Psychology Board. Dr. Herfkens also regularly presents for the MS Society, as well as other patient advocacy groups.

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please call: 919-384-9682.

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Susan Martin, M.Ed.

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Susan Martin, M.Ed. has been at Triangle Neuropsychology Services since July 2013. Susan administers neuropsychological tests and serves as Coordinator of Strategic Initiative and Outreach at TNS. Susan received her B.A. degree from St. Louis University and has a Master’s Degree in Education – Counseling from University of Missouri – St. Louis. Prior to moving to North Carolina, Susan worked in the Department of Neuropsychology at an acute rehab hospital, as well as at several grade schools as a school counselor and learning consultant.

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please call: 919-384-9682.

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Lauren C. K. Goslin, LCSW

Lauren has been working at TNS since December 2006. She administers neuropsychological tests and does psychotherapy. Lauren received her BA degree at the University of the South, and her MSW at Tulane University. Before she moved to Durham, Lauren was on staff at the Children’s Bureau of New Orleans in Project Last. This work included four years as a grief and trauma counselor for children who were the survivors of a homicide victim. During her Tulane internship, she worked as a school social worker at Woodson Middle School and as a youth group leader in the CJ Peete Housing Development. Previous work has included commercial photography, and she continues an interest in fine art photography.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment,
please call: 919-384-9682.

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