Dr. Jennifer Strang is a board-certified clinical neuropsychologist. She has over fifteen years of experience assessing adults with a wide range of conditions, including neurological disorders (e.g., stroke, dementia, multiple sclerosis), psychiatric disorders (e.g., PTSD, depression, persistent mental illness), concussion/mild traumatic brain injury (TBI), moderate and severe TBI, ADHD, and learning disorders. Dr. Strang has extensive experience working with the military population at Fort Belvoir, VA. In addition to providing clinical services, she assisted in the development of the TBI Clinic at the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. She also served as the TBI Program Manager for the Northern Regional Medical Command, U.S. Army where she oversaw the TBI programs at all the military treatment facilities in the northeast region of the United States. In addition to her work at the Stixrud Group, she provides neuropsychological services to veterans at the Washington DC VA Medical Center and serves as the neuropsychology training coordinator. Dr. Strang also has experience as a behavioral health consultant to skilled nursing and assisted living facilities.
Dr. Strang completed her graduate education at Arizona State University, her predoctoral internship at the Buffalo VA Medical Center, and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at Gentiva Rehab Without Walls, an outpatient neurorehabilitation program for acquired and traumatic brain injury. Dr. Strang has presented at national conferences on a variety of neuropsychology-related topics and has contributed to the field as a reviewer of psychometric tests. Her clinical and research interests include cognitive rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury, dementia, and the cognitive effects of psychiatric disorders.