American Board of Professional Psychology
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare St. Joseph's Hosp
|Years in Practice:
|Area of Expertise:
Capacity Evaluations, No Psychotherapy, Cognitive Assessment, Orlando Health Center for Aging
Primary LocationOrlando Health Neuropsychology Consultants
32 W Gore ST
STE 501, MP 144
Orlando, FL 32806
Phone: (321) 841-3820
Robert E. Cohen, PsyD, Clinical Director, Department of Neuropsychology, Orlando
Regional Medical Center Developed the Orlando Health Neuropsychology Department
Dr. Cohen is board certified in rehabilitation psychology and specializes in assessing and diagnosing patients who suffer with a variety of neurological disorders, memory loss and related degenerative dementias, and evaluates the impact and severity of traumatic brain injury. He provides clinical neuropsychological direction and program development for the inpatient Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center, conducting patient bedside evaluations, and providing family education for patients with brain and spinal cord injuries.
Residency: St. Mary’s All Saints Healthcare – Rehabilitation Hospital; neuropsychological assessment and treatment of acute traumatic brain injury.
Internship: North Chicago Veterans Hospital; Special focus on evaluating and treating post-traumatic war veterans
Doctorate: Clinical Psychology, Chicago School of Professional Psychology; Special focus on behavioral medicine and health psychology.
Masters: Clinical Psychology, Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Undergraduate: BS University of Pittsburgh; graduated magna cum laude
Affiliation: Past President Florida Psychological Association – Central Chapter (2008-2010)
Member Division 22, American Psychological Association
Professional Member, National Academy of Neuropsychology
Board Member, Central Florida MS Society
Board Member Share the Care
Orlando Health - Orlando Regional Medical Center - Memory Disorder
Dr. Robert Cohen, a Clinical Neuropsychologist at Orlando Regional Medical Center, discusses how neuropsychology is able to measure activity in the brain and address how a person's abilities are affected by memory disorders.