For Patients    

Congratulations on starting or continuing your journey to wellness. If you are reading this website, chances are someone either referred or suggested that you undergo neuropsychological testing or seek mental health support, or you are personally researching ways to improve your well-being and better yourself.


Neuropsychological Assessment


People are commonly referred for a neuropsychological evaluation by a provider to address changes in one’s thinking ability and/or behavior that sometimes is not readily explained by one's current medical conditions or medications. While many people who are referred for testing have preexisting medical conditions (e.g., stroke, traumatic brain injury, HIV/AIDS, dementia, etc.), some are referred in order to confirm a diagnosis or to simply obtain clarification about his/her cognitive status and what may be contributing to potential changes. Giving providers a better understanding of what a patient’s cognitive abilities are and what areas of difficulty he/she is experiencing, helps both patients and providers identify resources that may assist in improving his/her quality of life.Dr. Kono utilizes therapeutic assessment, working collaboratively with each patient in gaining knowledge and insight into making changes in their lives, and find solutions to potential problems related to their cognitive difficulties.


The goal is to help you better understand yourself and help providers and loved ones know what your needs are. The goal is not to tell you what is wrong with you, but to help you take advantage of your strengths, help you compensate for your areas of difficulty, educate, and provide you with knowledge and support.


For more information about neuropsychological testing, please click here


To find out more information or to schedule a free 30 minute phone consultation or appointment,

feel free to contact Dr. Kono.




For those of you interested in starting or continuing therapy, welcome. Dr. Kono prioritizes meeting patients “where they are,” utilizing a harm-reduction approach in providing compassionate services to individuals without judgement, and with respect to differences in race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, and political views. She places importance on working collaboratively with patients, looking to them as the experts of themselves, while using her own expertise in helping them make changes that better their quality of life and emotional wellness. While Dr. Kono has extensive experience in multiple theoretical orientations (e.g., CBT, psychodynamic, etc.) and therapeutic interventions, she lets each patient guide therapy in terms of their needs and treatment goals, and through an interactive process of support, communication, and education.  


Please click here to schedule an appointment or to contact Dr. Kono for more information.

   Get Help   

If you are experiencing a medical or psychiatric emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.


For San Francisco residents experiencing a mental health emergency, you can also access crisis services by contacting the following:


San Francisco General Hospital Psychiatric Emergency Services
1001 Potrero Avenue (between 20th and 23rd Streets)

San Francisco, CA 94110
P: 415.206.8125

Hours: 24/7

For more information, click here


Mobile Crisis Treatment Team

P: 415.970.4000

Monday through Friday 8:30AM - 11:00PM (last field visit at 10:00PM)
Saturdays and Holidays  12:00PM - 8:00PM  (last field visit at 7:00PM)
Closed Sundays

For more information, click here


Westside Community Services Crisis Clinic

245 11th Street (between Howard and Folsom Streets)

San Francisco, CA 94103

P: 415.581.0449


Monday through Friday 8:00AM – 6:00PM

Saturday 9:00AM - 4:00PM

Closed on Sundays and Holidays

For more information, click here




For non-emergent, mental health support:


San Francisco Mental Health Peer-Run Warm Line

P: 855.845.7415

Online chat option available on website


7 days/week 7:00AM – 11:00PM

For more information, click here


Institute on Aging Friendship Line (for seniors)

P: 415.752.3778 (local)

P: 800.971.0016 (national)

For more information, click here




If you know of an elder, dependent adult, or child who is being abused, neglected, or taken advantage of, please contact your local authorities. In the event of an emergency, please contact 911.


For San Francisco residents, you can also contact:


Adult Protective Services 

P: 800.814.0009

For more information, click here


Family and Child Services

P: 800.856.555

For more information, click here

2918 Webster Street, San Francisco, CA  94123

P: 415.430.5060     F: 415.373.4649


© 2016 by Kimberly Kono, Ph.D.  All rights reserved.