Jeff Sordahl, Psy.D., ABPP-CN
Dr. Sordahl completed his undergraduate training at the University of Washington. He received his master’s and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from George Fox University (APA accredited) in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Sordahl completed his pre-doctoral internship at the Boise VA Medical Center (APA accredited) in Boise, Idaho and a two-year neuropsychology residency at the San Antonio VA Medical Center (APA accredited) in San Antonio, Texas. He is a board-certified neuropsychologist through the American Board of Professional Psychology. Dr. Sordahl has been employed with the Boise VA Medical Center as a clinical neuropsychologist since 2015.
Dr. Sordahl is an experienced neuropsychologist with specialization in working with adults and geriatrics. He has worked across a multitude of clinical settings including outpatient clinical care, inpatient units, residential care, rehabilitation centers, emergency rooms, polytrauma, and with the department of defense providing care to active-duty soldiers. Dr. Sordahl’s areas of interest include assessment and intervention for neurological conditions such as dementia, stroke, Parkinson’s, MS, traumatic brain injuries, and other neurocognitive disorders.
Dr. Sordahl provides neuropsychological assessments to address concerns regarding changes in cognitive functioning, such as memory, attention, language, and problem-solving. He also has experience assisting with answering difficult questions such as decision-making capacities like management of finances, driving, and independent living.
Dr. Sordahl enjoys spending time with his family outdoors and going on adventures across Idaho. He is an avid snowboarder during the winter months and competes in regional disc golf tournaments during the spring and summer. When not outside, Dr. Sordahl enjoys board gaming and watching the latest superhero movies with his kids.