Dr. John Bellone, Ph.D., ABPP
Dr. John Bellone, PhD, is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist and licensed clinical psychologist (PSY 29457) who specializes in assessing adults with concerns about their memory and other cognitive abilities. He completed his training at several top-tier institutions, including Loma Linda University (PhD), UCLA (pre-internship), Yale University (doctoral internship), and Brown University (postdoctoral fellowship). He is a backup consultant for the Anaheim Ducks (NHL), and is a member of several neuropsychological organizations. Although his clinical interests are broad, he is particularly passionate about reducing risk for cognitive decline and improving overall health through lifestyle modification. He has lectured extensively on the power that exercise, healthy diet, quality sleep, psychological well-being, and staying cognitively and socially active have on maintaining and improving cognitive functioning both now and as we age.
Dr. Bellone is the co-author of the book “Becoming a Neuropsychologist: Advice and Guidance for Students and Trainees” (Springer, 2020). He is also the co-creator and host of the only neuropsychology-specific podcast, Navigating Neuropsychology, where he discusses important topics in the field and interviews experts in a variety of relevant areas.