Barbara L. Moir, MS
Limited Licensed Psychologist / Psychometrist

Ms. Moir works alongside Dr. Beaulieu in administering neuropsychological testing for children, adolescents, and adults.

Ms. Moir is a limited licensed psychologist in the State of Michigan. She earned her master’s degree in psychology from Eastern Michigan University and her bachelor’s degree at Wayne State University. She first received training in clinical psychology and neuropsychology while employed for 12 years at Northville Regional Psychiatric Hospital where she also participated in numerous research projects and led programs involving chronically institutionalized individuals. This was followed by work with a wide-ranging population of children and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings at several local hospitals and clinics. Ms. Moir was then employed by the Division of Neuropsychology at the Henry Ford Health System for 17 years, initially as a psychology associate, and then as the neuropsychometrics coordinator. Her position involved training of psychometrics, practicum students, interns, and post-doctoral fellows for administration of all neuropsychological test instruments as well as supervision of psychometrists and coordination of other aspects related to neuropsychological evaluations in the division. Ms. Moir has years of experience in test administration, scoring, and interpretation of neuropsychological test instruments. She has worked extensively with toddlers, children, adolescents, and adults. She has also performed neuropsychological evaluations under the supervision of fully licensed psychologists of young and older adults for many years.

Ms. Moir has experience in clinical psychology and practiced psychotherapy for many years. For the latter part of her career she has focused on clinical neuropsychology and assessment. She has administered comprehensive neuropsychological test batteries to individuals with severe cognitive impairment, neurodevelopmental disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, and mild to severe psychiatric disorders. Ms. Moir received extensive training early on in the importance of rigorous standards in the use of test instruments and in neuropsychological assessment. She has always enjoyed difficult and challenging situations requiring innovation, flexibility, and problem solving. She has been devoted to understanding human behavior and engaging in meaningful interaction with others.

Ms. Moir is a member of the International Neuropsychological Society and of the National Academy of Neuropsychology.