Jeanne Dise-Lewis, PhD is a child clinical psychologist, director of the Psychology Program for the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at The Children’s Hospital, and Professor of Psychiatry and Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Dr. Dise-Lewis is a Magna cum Laude graduate of St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, the University of Pennsylvania (MS in Human Learning and Development), and the University of Denver (PhD in Child Clinical Psychology). A member of the faculty of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center since 1984, Dr. Dise-Lewis has extensive experience in working with children and families of individuals who have acquired brain injuries.
For the past 23 years, she has been the director of the Rehabilitation Psychology Services at The Children’s Hospital, creating several innovative programs of services for children who have medical needs and their families. She has developed workshops and presented papers nationwide in the area of pediatric traumatic brain injury. She has been the principle investigator of three federal grants and has developed the BrainSTARS Manual, along with other innovative consultation programs regarding acquired brain injuries in children and adolescents.
She is the PI of a grant funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention titled “An Investigation of Outcomes associated with Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury” and currently is the co-director of a Personnel Preparation grant funded by the US Department of Education, “Preparing School Psychologists to Meet the Needs of Students who have Acquired Brain Injury.”
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