Carolyn Geba, PsyD
Carolyn Geba, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and formally trained neuropsychologist. Her interests include Traumatic and Non-Traumatic Brain Injury (e.g., concussion, stroke, and anoxic/hypoxic injury), progressive neurological disorders, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She has experience working with a range of neurologic issues across the lifespan including brain injury, vascular disease, dementia, and movement disorders, in addition to neurodevelopmental conditions (ADHD, learning disorders, autism spectrum disorder), and behavioral and psychiatric disorders. Dr. Geba values an individualized and therapeutic method to neuropsychological assessment. She emphasizes a comprehensive approach to capture all aspects of an individual’s life, including biological, psychological, and social variables to assist with accurate diagnoses and to provide helpful recommendations that serve to enhance cognitive and emotional well-being. Dr. Geba believes in ongoing professional education through consultation, working with students and postdoctoral fellows, and through community outreach.
Dr. Geba obtained her masters and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology as well as a Certificate of Training in Clinical Neuropsychology from Widener University. She completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at Clinical Neuropsychology Associates (CNA) in Philadelphia. She has received training in a range of settings, including post-acute rehabilitation, private practice/outpatient clinics, and hospital settings. She has spent a number of years participating in an annual screening event sponsored by the Athlete Health Organization as a volunteer to screen for concussions and administer the ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Test) to student athletes in underserved areas in Philadelphia.