Maximillian Shmidheiser, PsyD, ABPP-CN, MBE
Lecturer at the Penn Graduate School of Education; Neuropsychologist at MossRehab Hospital; Co-Founder and Clinical Advisor at MossRehab Concussion Center
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Current Public-Health Related Activities
Dr. Shmidheiser is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist under the auspices of the American Board of Professional Psychology, as well as a licensed psychologist and a certified school psychologist. As a clinical neuropsychologist, he supervises graduate students in neuropsychology, and works with inpatient and outpatient populations with acquired brain injuries at MossRehab Hospital, Drucker Brain Injury Center. He also provides neuropsychological consultation and assessments for the MossRehab Concussion Center, which he co-founded over seven years ago. As a seminar leader and lecturer in the Masters in Counseling program at the University of Pennsylvania, he teaches courses on ethics and assessment. He serves as chair for MossRehab for the Brain Safety Fair Committee for the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania, where he facilitates the planning and organization of public events promoting brain injury prevention and awareness. He is currently completing a certificate in Clinical Ethics Mediation at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. His current interests relate to advocacy and ethical considerations for the intersection between mental health and technology, especially regarding applications for tele-behavioral health.
Shmidheiser, M. & Kirschen, M. (2015, June). "What is Postconcussion Syndrome?" In D. Licht & N. Ryan (Eds.), Curbside Consultation in Pediatric Neurology: 49 clinical questions (Chapter 30). Thorofare, NJ: SLACK Incorporated, Healthcare Books and Journals.