Fulltime staff members include Drs. Scott Roberts, Donna Sorensen, and Randall Yee. Drs. Roberts and Yee provide inpatient services at the Walnut Creek Medical Center, while Drs. Roberts and Sorensen provide outpatient services at our clinic in Pleasant Hill.
Scott Roberts, PsyD - Dr. Roberts received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. John’s University, then earned his MA in Sport Psychology and PsyD in Clinical Psychology through John F Kennedy University. He went on to complete his internship at the VA-Black Hills Health Care System and his postdoctoral fellowship through Michigan State University-Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training in Neuropsychology and Medical Psychology. Following fellowship, he joined the John Muir Health team working full time as a Clinical Neuropsychologist.
Donna Sorensen, PhD - Dr. Sorensen received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at UC Berkeley, then her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Houston, Texas. She then went on to complete an internship at the VA-Northern California Health Care System (VANCHCS), and a residency in Clinical and Research Neuropsychology at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute. She worked as a neuropsychologist at VANCHCS for over 20 years, retiring as Director of Neuropsychology Services and Chief Psychologist in 2019. She has worked as a full time Clinical Neuropsychologist at John Muir Medical Center since that time.
Randall Yee, PhD - Dr. Yee received his PhD degree from Washington State University and did his postdoctoral training in neuropsychology at San Francisco General Hospital (now called Zukckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center). After completion of his training, Dr. Yee joined John Muir Health where he works at Walnut Creek Medical Center and sees a variety of patients, including those with stroke, traumatic brain injury, brain tumor, dementia, and capacity issues.
The neuropsychologists at John Muir Health carry doctoral degrees in clinical psychology, with additional advanced education and training in the applied science of brain-behavior relationships. They are fully licensed as independent practitioners by the State of California. Our staff have trained and worked in a variety of settings, including University, VA, and Community Medical Centers, and related outpatient clinics.
We provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient consultation services, with expertise in the evaluation of neurological disorders including traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain tumors, movement disorders, dementia syndromes, and cognitive disorders secondary to substance abuse. We also address questions regarding patient decision-making capacity. Further, our staff have been involved in training neuropsychology and neurology residents, and currently participate in the training of John Muir Health family practice residents.