is a professor in the University of Washington’s Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, joint with the Departments of Neurological Surgery and Neurology and consultant with Associates in Rehabilitation and Neuropsychology. He is an active counseling and rehabilitation psychologist, a certified rehabilitation counselor and a certified life care planner who directs Neurological Vocational Services within Rehabilitation Medicine. Within neurological rehabilitation, he has specialized in epilepsy, brain injury, and multiple sclerosis.
has extensive years of experience working with TBI, chronic pain, spinal cord injury and other physical disabilities in vocational 2003 rehabilitation inpatient and outpatient settings. Trained as a Rehabilitation Counselor and having worked in Administration in numerous capacities, today, Barbara functions as Department Manager of NVSU in both administrative and clinical capacities, working with a smaller caseload of clients, providing Comprehensive Vocational Evaluations, Community Based Assessments and Job Placement services. In addition to NVSU, she is also the vocational counselor in Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Program and inpatient unit within Harborview Medical Center.
has experience providing vocational and therapeutic services to children and adults with disabilities. For the past eight years, she worked as a job coach, employment specialist and a listening therapist for individuals with neurological disorders and developmental delays. Dora obtained her Bachelor’s degrees in Speech & Hearing Sciences and Sociology from University of Washington and has completed her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. She provides Job Placement services, Community Based Assessments, Comprehensive Vocational Evaluations and specializes in Job Retention services. In addition to NVSU, she is also the vocational counselor in Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Program and inpatient unit within Harborview Medical Center.
is a rehabilitation psychologist and a certified rehabilitation counselor, as well as a Fellow of the American Epilepsy Society. Dr. Johnson is the Co-Investigator with Dr. Fraser on PACES in Epilepsy, a CDC-funded epilepsy self-management treatment program for adults. In addition to her work on PACES, Dr. Johnson is the incoming Principal Investigator for Project UPLIFT, a program to prevent and treat depression in adults with epilepsy. Outside of her research program, Dr. Johnson is in private practice in Lynnwood, WA, where she conducts psycho social and neuropsychological assessments and therapy with individuals with various disabilities, such as traumatic brain injury, blindness and low vision, chronic pain, and post-traumatic stress.
came to NVSU from an extensive background in classical music and theater to include 13 years with Seattle Opera as a member of the Resident Chorus, and 6 years as its assistant chorus master. This was followed by 3 years as music director and conductor of the Gilbert & Sullivan operas with the New Savoy Opera in Wallingford.
has been with NVSU since 2016. Coming from a background in conference planning, event management and theatre production, Eleanor plays a critical role in development, fundraising events, runs the office and is Bilingual in English and Spanish. Eleanor has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Design/ Technology from the Conservatory of Theatre Arts and Film, Purchase, NY.
is a Freshman at the University of Washington. With a history of working in hospitals and other medical environments, Reese looks to continue to expand his scope of work, while also studying other passions simultaneously. Reese enjoys playing music, writing, and learning languages.