News & Articles

May 30, 2017

*NEW* – Summer Literacy Skills Camps

  It has been a longstanding goal at Evolve Psychology to offer high quality, interesting and fun educational intervention services to children and teens. Providing a solid foundation for learning is one of the most crucial investments we can make in our children’s future. Therefore, we are so excited to […]
March 14, 2017

Technology Over-Use and Addiction Seminars and Workshops

In addition to individual and group treatment programs, Dr. Kincade will be offering some evening and weekend seminars (about 1.5 hours in length) to provide information about the problems related to technology over-use and ideas about how to start making changes to implement a more balanced role for technology in […]
March 14, 2017

The Mind on Anxiety and Depression

“I can’t get good grades”, “I’ll never succeed”, “Nobody likes me”, “There’s no way I can ever get all of this work done”, “I’ll never find someone to love”, “What is wrong with me?”….. At some time or another, most of us have probably had these or other similar types […]
March 14, 2017

Brains under development

Did you know that there are 2 major developmental periods of the brain? The first occurs from before birth up to about age 3. Perhaps more surprisingly is that there is a second burst of brain developmental that begins in the pre-teen or “tween” years. At this point in time, […]
March 14, 2017

Parenting in the Age of Ipods, Cell phones, Texting & Facebook

As if parenting wasn’t challenging enough… Today’s parents have to contend with a whole new level of distracters when trying to get the attention of their kids. It can be especially tough to find “quality time” on the drive to school or hockey practice when your child or teen has […]
March 14, 2017

Kids, Sports and Concussions

With the return of the fall, many kids and teens are returning to competitive sports teams. While participation in sporting activities can be an excellent way for kids to get exercise and develop important peer relationships and team-building skills, there can be some risks involved. Although sports-related concussions are not […]
March 13, 2017

Research Articles

Dr. Kincade has been involved with a number of research projects focused on functional neuroimaging designed to understand how various cognitive processes (particularly involving attention) are accomplished by the brain.  She also studied how people who suffered from brain damage following a stroke, recovered certain types of abilities.  This type […]