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Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation Psychologist Earns Higher Credentials

December 15, 2020

With over 75 years of combined experience, the fully licensed psychology team at Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation helps patients adjust to cognitive, emotional, and behavioral challenges in their rehabilitation journey toward functional independence.

Julie Griffen, PhD, ABPP

Julie Griffen, PhD, ABPP (cn) recently passed her board certification examination to become a Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) – the premier board with the highest standards in the field. Only 4% of psychologists are board certified in any specialty and only one-third of neuropsychologists are board certified.

Julie Griffen

Dr. Griffen works with patients and their families through their rehabilitation journey in our Grand Rapids location. She focuses on neuropsychological assessments, post-concussion evaluations, and psychotherapy services. She has nearly 10 years of experience and has been with Hope Network Neuro Rehabilitation since 2014.

Dr. Griffen earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Calvin College, her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Wayne State University, and completed her post-doctoral fellowship at the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan.

She has been published on a number of topics including community re-integration, driving, and cognitive functioning in survivors of acquired brain injury, as well as a chapter on outcomes after traumatic brain injury. She is a member of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychologists (AACN), the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN), and the American Psychological Association (APA).

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