Diane M. Gard, Ph.D.
Has 20 years experience in neuropsychological and
psychological evaluation of individuals with traumatic
brain injury, CVA, acute and chronic pain, and other
neurological disorders. Dr. Gard enjoys working
with children and adults and interfaces with
individuals, doctors, schools and works environments in
order to best treat her patients.
Education: B.Sc, Chemistry, 1977; B.A Psychology (with
Honors/Pre-Masters) 1983 University of Winnipeg.
Teacher Certification, 1978 University of Manitoba. M.A.
Clinical Psychology, 1985 North Dakota State University;
Ph.D. Behavioral Medicine/Health Psychology, 1995
University of North Texas.
Additional Certifications: Colorado Licensed Clinical
Psychologist Colorado # 2264, 1998. Biofeedback
Certification Institute of America # 3078, 1996.
Neurofeedback Certified Associate Fellow # E1383, 1995.
Has been involved in the medical industry for several
years. Working with both patients and doctors, she
has developed a strong background in the industry.
Her focus is dedication to the patients needing medical
care and helping to facilitate insurance issues and
A commitment to the best patient service and a team
player makes Courtney an essential person to our office.