Psychology Services
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The Psychology/Neuropsychology Department at the Center for Comprehensive Services assesses the emotional status of it's participants and provides assistance in working through the grieving and adjustment process that often arises following the life changes inherent following an acquired brain injury. 

Also included, is facilitating self management of unwanted behaviors often brought on during the adjustment process.  Counseling and support is offered to family members who are grieving the loss of functioning and changes in personality in their loved one.   Education regarding brain injury and it's impact on daily life functioning is provided to both participants and family members along with training in communication and interaction style that is often necessary following brain injury. 

In addition, the Psychology Department provides neuropsychological assessment to evaluate ones cognitive abilities as well as difficulties to help determine the course of rehabilitation as well as to educate the participant, family, significant others, and funding source.

Debra Braunling-McMorrow, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist


Tom Hensold, M.S.CADC



Ericka Grubbs, M.S., CRC, LPC, CADC
Substance Abuse Counseling
Loui Plath, Ph.D.


Eric Levin, M.A.



Coooperative Agreement with Department of Clinical Psychology, Southern Illinois University, to provide internship students.