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Scott C. Cornelius

Staff Psychologist

Department of Veterans Affairs

HQ Phone:  (800) 827-1000

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Department of Veterans Affairs

810 Vermont Ave NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20420

United States

Company Description

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) was established on March 15, 1989, succeeding the Veterans Administration. It is responsible for providing federal benefits to veterans and their families. Headed by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, VA is the second la...more

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Employment History

Staff Psychologist

Specialized Inpatient PTSD Unit


Staff Psychologist

VA Medical Center


Affiliations

Northampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Clinical Psychologist


Education

Highest Degree


Psy.D.

performance

Illinois School of Professional Psychology


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Scott Cornelius
Scott is a Clinical Psychologist who specializes in the treatment of war-zone related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder at the Northampton Veterans Affairs Medical Center. A student of Zen, he has been incorporating mindfulness-based approaches to treatment into his work as a psychologist for years. Six years ago, he began a daily yoga practice and soon discovered it to be a powerful vehicle of personal transformation. Scott is excited about the opportunity to share this profoundly relaxing and transformative practice with the community of Florence Yoga.


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Dr. Scott C. Cornelius, PsyD, at the VA Center in Leeds.
NORTHAMPTON - At the VA Central Western Massachusetts Healthcare System in Leeds, staff psychologist Scott Cornelius has worked with military veterans for nearly seven years at the hospital's 25-bed specialized inpatient program for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder.


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Dr. Scott C. Cornelius, PsyD, at the VA Center in Leeds.
NORTHAMPTON - At the VA Central Western Massachusetts Healthcare System in Leeds, staff psychologist Scott Cornelius has worked with military veterans for nearly seven years at the hospital's 25-bed specialized inpatient program for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder.


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Staff psychologist Scott Cornelius has worked with military veterans for nearly seven years at the Central Western Massachusetts Healthcare System in Leeds, a 25-bed specialized inpatient program for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder.
The six-week residential program, which opened in 1982, is one of about 30 of its kind at VA's around the country. Purchase photo reprints at PhotoExtra > Dr. Scott C. Cornelius, PsyD, at the VA Center in Leeds. Dr. Scott C. Cornelius, PsyD, at the VA Center in Leeds. Dr. Scott C. Cornelius, PsyD, at the VA Center in Leeds. NORTHAMPTON - At the VA Central Western Massachusetts Healthcare System in Leeds, staff psychologist Scott Cornelius has worked with military veterans for nearly seven years at the hospital's 25-bed specialized inpatient program for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder.


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Dr. Scott Cornelius, a clinical psychologist at the VA hospital in Leeds, said PTSD can manifest itself in situations ranging from standing in line at a grocery store to being unable to attend a Fourth of July parade because of the crowds and noise.
"PTSD is a sign of avoidance that's gone awry," Cornelius said, adding that this avoidance even results in a high no-show rate among his patients. Cornelius, however, said that each conflict has increased the awareness of PTSD. By repeatedly exposing veterans to negative stimuli and constantly allowing them to go over the trauma, he said the VA has seen promising results. "They're getting in contact with the very thoughts, emotions, feelings and reactions they're trying to avoid," Cornelius said.


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