Thida Han, PsyD, LP
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Movement Disorders
- Caregivers' burden
I work with people who have experienced a change to their thinking or their physical functioning related to an illness or an injury.
Whether we work together briefly for a neuropsychological assessment or meet regularly for psychotherapy, I will strive to understand the broader context in which these changes occurred, and the person you are beyond your current set of symptoms. In our work together you will find that I value honesty and will not shy away from difficult discussions. I am here to listen and to help you work toward living a full and meaningful life.
I've learned from my patients how truly resilient human beings can be. I am often amazed by the fortitude with which my patients face even the most challenging of circumstances.
Starting a yoga practice has helped me work on my focus, balance and self-compassion.
My personal health goal is to spend time outside, enjoying nature, whenever possible.
- PsyD, Clinical Psychology, University of Denver
- MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Denver
- MS, Neuroscience, University of Western Ontario
- American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology
- American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine
- American Psychological Association
- Association for Contextual Behavioral Science
- International Brain Injury Association
- International Neuropsychological Association
- Society for Personality Assessment
- Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY
- Medical Psychology, Adult Clinical Neuropsychology, Mayo Clinic
Years of experience
- United Hospital
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