Center for Memory and Learning
Clinical & Forensic Neuropsychology, Behavioral Medicine and Assessment
945 11th Avenue, Longview, WA 98632
About the Center for Memory and Learning
What is a neuropsychologist?
There are many types of mental health professionals, including psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, and social workers. We all have basic knowledge and skills in common, and most offer counseling services.
Psychologists are scientists who...
Who is Dr. Stephen Meharg
A Longview-Kelso native, Dr. Meharg completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Washington State University in 1985, followed by a Master of Arts in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary in 1990, and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from...PLEASE READ MORE HERE>
How do I make an appointment?
Appointments at CFMAL are generally made through the reception staff of Northwest Psychological Resources.
If you call during normal business hours of 8:30am to 4:30 pm, our automated answering... PLEASE READ MORE HERE>
Also on the CFMAL staff: Cassie Greenwald - M.A. Click for more information
Mission of the Center for Memory and Learning
The Center for Memory and Learning (CFMAL) is a specialty clinic within Northwest Psychological Resources. NWPR was founded in 1997 as a Limited Liability Company to serve the administrative and support needs of mental health clinicians, each in private practice.
NWPR and CFMAL are not group practices, but rather a consortium of persons in private practice. We do not share records, regulate each others’ fees, or become involved in the manner in which each clinician conducts his or her clinical or business affairs. None of us are responsible for anybody’s practice other than our own. Nonetheless, we enjoy working together in a supportive and collegial environment while pooling resources to see our mutual administrative needs are met.
Like NWPR, clinicians working within the Center for Memory