This interview is a live presentation that was presented at the 3rd Annual Rusk Research Symposium during the summer. The title of the talk is: Addressing Post-Deployment Cognitive Dysfunction to Reduce Disability.
Please excuse any quality issues during this live presentation.
David Litke, Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus. He is Assistant Director of Intern Training. Senior Psychologist, Adult Outpatient Service He supervises interns in integrated approaches to psychotherapy and cognitive remediation and is Co-Coordinator of the Cognitive Remediation Seminar. His special interests include cognitive remediation, problem solving in brain injured adults, animal-assisted psychotherapy and psychotherapy with patients with limb loss. He lectures to the interns in diagnosing and treating visual deficits and using therapy animals in psychotherapy with rehabilitation patients. Dr. Litke serves as member of the Rusk Intern Training Committee.
Fiona Graff is a clinical psychologist, War Related Illness and Illness Study Center, VA NJHCS and has worked in both research and clinical settings with individuals with severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders. In addition to these areas, her interests include stigma, health psychology, and cost-effectiveness of treatment.