PSY-1659 is the chief of psychological, social, and vocational services and a clinical professor in the department of physical medicine and rehabilitation at a renowned university in northern California. He supervises and provides psychological, neuropsychological, social and vocational services to outpatients and inpatients with traumatic brain injury, chronic pain, stroke, spinal-cord injury, and other neurological and physical disabilities. He also conducts a part-time private practice specializing in the evaluation and treatment of persons with brain injury and chronic pain. PSY-1659 has published over 20 articles in journals such as Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Applied Neuropsychology and the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Ph.D. University of South Carolina
B.A. Stanford University