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Consulting Neuropsychologist

Restore Neurobehavioral Center, Roswell, GA

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Restore Neurobehavioral Center, Roswell, GA

Background Information

Employment History

Neuropsychologist

Cognitive Rehab of GA

Neuropsychologist

The Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation

Affiliations

Board Member
Brain Injury Resource Foundation

Education

M.S.

Ph.D.

Georgia State Universtiy

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Conference 2013 - Side by Side Brain Injury Clubhouse

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John Sass, PhD, Neuropsychologist, Cognitive Rehabilitation of Georgia and Restore Neurobehavioral Center


Restore Health Group 200 Galleria Parkway Suite 1800 Atlanta, Georgia 30339

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John R. Sass, Ph. D., has served as consulting neuropsychologist for Restore Neurobehavioral Center since 1995. He holds a doctorate from Georgia State University with specialization in neuropsychology. He has been actively involved in the brain injury community having served as a board member of the Brain Injury Association of Georgia. He has conducted numerous educational and in-service training seminars in the area of brain injury and rehabilitation. He served on a select committee of experts to develop the official brochure on mild TBI for the Centers for Disease Control. He also maintains a private practice in Decatur, GA at the Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation of Georgia. Dr. Sass believes in the need for evidence-based treatment outcomes in neuropsychological rehabilitation as well as an emphasis on brain injury prevention through continuing education. As consulting neuropsychologist at Restore Neurobehavioral Center, he evaluates cognitive strengths and deficits using a series of verbal, written, and computerized assessments. Dr. Sass recommends the best therapeutic course to follow and optimize functional outcome and cognitive recovery. He also provides individual, group, and family counseling to promote education and adjustment to injury.


Long Island Jewish Medical Center information, articles and current events

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The Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation - John R. Sass, Ph.D... He completed internship training in neuropsychology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York and conducted research in stroke rehabilitation at the Emory Center for Rehabilitation Medicine in ... http://www.rehabgeorgia.com/jsass.htm


Long Island Jewish Medical Center information, articles and current events

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The Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation - John R. Sass, Ph.D... He completed internship training in neuropsychology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York and conducted research in stroke rehabilitation at the Emory Center for Rehabilitation Medicine in ... http://www.rehabgeorgia.com/jsass.htm

Patient Care - Faculty Practice... She completed her residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York.


The Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation - John R. Sass, Ph.D

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John R. Sass, Ph.D.The Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation - John R. Sass, Ph.D

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John R. Sass, Ph.D.
John Sass received his Ph.D. from Georgia State Universtiy specializing in neuropsychology.He completed internship training in neuropsychology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York and conducted research in stroke rehabilitation at the Emory Center for Rehabilitation Medicine in Atlanta.He maintains a private practice in Decatur, GA at the Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation and has served as the consulting neuropsychologist for the Restore Neurobehavioral Program in Atlanta since 1995.
Dr. Sass has also been actively involved in the brain injury community having served as a board member of the Brain Injury Association of Georgia and Chair of the Professional Provider Council.He has conducted numerous educational and in-service training seminars in the area of brain injury and rehabilitation.He served on a select committee of experts to develop the official brochure on mild TBI for the Centers for Disease Control.He believes in the need for evidence-based treatment outcomes in neuropsychological rehabilitation as well as an emphasis on brain injury prevention through continuing education.
Home | About Us | Evaluations | Forensic Services | Kid's Corner | ADD / ADHD | Chronic Physical Pain and Illness| Cognitive Rehabilitation | Psychotherapy | Neurofeedback | Anger Control Problems | Contact Us | Other Links | Stephen J. Johnson, Ph.D., ABPN | John R. Sass, Ph.D. | Carolyn V. Lewis, Ph.D. | Blaine Schultz, M.S., LPC | Denise K. Olive, M.S., LPC |
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John R. Sass, Ph.D.
John Sass received his Ph.D. from Georgia State Universtiy specializing in neuropsychology.He completed internship training in neuropsychology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York and conducted research in stroke rehabilitation at the Emory Center for Rehabilitation Medicine in Atlanta.He maintains a private practice in Decatur, GA at the Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation and has served as the consulting neuropsychologist for the Restore Neurobehavioral Program in Atlanta since 1995.
Dr. Sass has also been actively involved in the brain injury community having served as a board member of the Brain Injury Association of Georgia and Chair of the Professional Provider Council.He has conducted numerous educational and in-service training seminars in the area of brain injury and rehabilitation.He served on a select committee of experts to develop the official brochure on mild TBI for the Centers for Disease Control.He believes in the need for evidence-based treatment outcomes in neuropsychological rehabilitation as well as an emphasis on brain injury prevention through continuing education.
Home | About Us | Evaluations | Forensic Services | Kid's Corner | ADD / ADHD | Chronic Physical Pain and Illness| Cognitive Rehabilitation | Psychotherapy | Neurofeedback | Anger Control Problems | Contact Us | Other Links | Stephen J. Johnson, Ph.D., ABPN | John R. Sass, Ph.D. | Carolyn V. Lewis, Ph.D. | Blaine Schultz, M.S., LPC | Denise K. Olive, M.S., LPC |

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