Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

APPCN MEMBER SINCE 1993 (Conditional Staus until 2020)

Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Pegah Touradii, Ph.D. (director) & Kate Bechtold, Ph.D., ABPP-CN (consulting)
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 
Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology
600 N. Wolfe Street
Phipps 174
Baltimore, MD 21287
Telephone: 410-502-2441
Fax: 410-502-2419

For a detailed program description click on this link: 

Program will do interviews at INS in 2018:   NO

Policy regarding on-site interviews: For applicants invited to interview, they must either attend an on-site interview on 12 January 2018 or 22 January 2018.

2018 Application Deadline:   1 December 2017
2018 Residency Start Date:   1 September 2018

Clinical Rehabilitation and Neuropsychology Openings for 2018: 1
Clinical Rehabilitation and Neuropsychology Fellowship Positions: 2
Residency/fellowship positions in psychology: 4

Clinical neuropsychologists: 4 Full-time; 0 part-time; 1 consultants 
With ABCN/ABPP: 0 Full-time; 0 part-time; 1 consultants
(see webpage for faculty)

Other psychologists: 4 Full-time; 0 part-time; 0 consultants
With ABPP: 3 Full-time; 0 part-time; 0 consultants

Graduate training of residency applicants:

Preferred: APA/CPA-approved Clinical or Counseling Doctoral Program and Internship 
Not accepted: School, Developmental, Experimental, Education

Primary emphases: Adult

Emphases of training opportunities:

Strong: Neuropsychological assessment (adult), Multidisciplinary Team Consultation, Research, Rehabilitation
Interventions: Health & Behavior Interventions
Moderate: Neuropsychological assessment (pediatric), Psychotherapy, Training in Supervision
Weak: Forensic

Availability of patient populations:

Strong: Traumatic Brain Injury, Cerebrovascular Disease, Tumor Resection, MS and general neurological, Geriatric, Spinal Cord Injury
Moderate:  Dementia, Pediatric, Burn, Chronic Pain
Weak: ADD/Learning disabilities, Toxic Exposure, Epilepsy, HIV/Aids, Psychiatric

updated 11/2/2017