143| Neuropsychologists in Rehabilitation Settings – A Conversation With Dr. Kirk Stucky

Today’s discussion is about neuropsychologists in inpatient rehabilitation settings with Dr. Kirk Stucky, who is double boarded in both clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology.

About Kirk

Dr. Stucky obtained his Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Florida Tech in 1995. He completed his internship at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, and his residency in medical psychology at Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan. At Hurley he has been a long term member of the Level 1 Trauma team and inpatient rehabilitation team.  He is currently chair of the Department of Behavioral Health and an assistant professor for the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. He is also the acting Chair of the hospital Ethics Committee.  Being board certified in rehabilitation psychology and clinical neuropsychology, he has been dedicated to advancing the interests of both specialties including the development of integrated training standards and exploring new opportunities for advanced hospital practice.  He has published five books, numerous chapters, and peer reviewed articles on a range of topics including neurorehabilitation, hospital based practice, critical care psychology, ethics, and advanced specialty training.  As the program director of an APPCN, CRPPT, and APA accredited fellowship, he has had the privilege of teaching and supervising trainees for 29 years and mentoring a talented cadre of psychologists who have successfully obtained board certification in clinical neuropsychology, rehabilitation psychology, and health psychology.