Dr. Ganci has been a staff neuropsychologist at the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute since September, 2010. He earned my doctorate in clinical psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and then completed his predoctoral internship training at NYU Rusk Rehabilitation and postdoctoral training at the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute. The bulk of his clinical work comprises conducting individual/group cognitive rehabilitation, psychotherapy, and neuropsychological assessment and consultation, within the acquired brain injury population. He joined ACRM and the BI-ISIG in 2011 and currently serves on the Cognitive Rehabilitation Task Force, where he is actively involved in the updated review of the effectiveness of cognitive rehabilitation for cognitive deficits following TBI and stroke.
Within the last 24 months, have you rendered, or in the next two years, will you render clinical services or support services (whether diagnostic, therapeutic, educational, case management, or similar) to persons with TBI or their family members and caregivers, as an independent professional or employee of a for-profit or not-for-profit organization?: Staff psychologist; Roughly 75% of worldload taken up by the TBI population; Compensation not to be influenced by the panel recs.