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Dr. Samuel Gordon A. Ph.D.
Coordinator of Pediatric and Medical Psychology
National Rehab Hospital
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Samuel A. Gordon
Samuel A. Gordon, PhD
Gordon is the co-principal Investigator for project T1 and will direct and oversee the peer mentoring program with newly injured individuals with SCI.
Gordon is a clinical psychologist at the NRH, serving young adults with spinal cord injuries.
received graduate training in clinical and community psychology at the University of Maryland
is currently the PI on a peer mentoring program at NRH
He has worked with Howard University's Child Development Center, the D.C. public schools, Children's National Medical Center, and he is in private group practice in Washington, D.C.
He is currently a member of the Association of Black Psychologists and the D.C. Psychological Association.
â€œMFP gave me a chance to ...
â€œMFP gave me a chance to give back to the street-wise,â€ if not in Harlem, then at least in Washington, D.C., psychologist Samuel Gordon, Ph.D., attested.
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Dr. Suzanne Groah, Director of the RRTC on SCI: Promoting Health and Preventing Complications through Exercise, as well as Director of spinal cord injury research at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in D.C. along with colleague Dr. Samuel Gordon of the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, D.C. present their expert medical opinions concerning a series of viewer's questions in the following related topic areas.
"But Alfonzo, I want to ask ...
"But Alfonzo, I want to ask you a question," says Samuel Gordon, the clinical psychologist who wheeled him in. "How come you're smiling?"
Samuel Gordon, Ph.D.
Samuel Gordon, Ph.D.Co-Director, Pediatric Program
Dr. Gordon is a clinical psychologist at the National Rehabilitation Hospital serving children, adolescents, and adults with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities.
He has been at NRH since 1989, and previously worked with the District of Columbia Public Schools, Howard University Child Development Center.
is particularly interested in promoting optimal mental and physical health behaviors to residents of urban environments where multiple sources of stress can lead to or exacerbate chronic illnesses and disabilities.
He is a member of The Association of Black Psychologists, District of Columbia Psychology Association, and The Amercian Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, and is licensed in both Maryland and the District of Columbia.