Dr. Kristine Kingsley
Dr. Kristine Kingsley is a former faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine and Associate Coordinator of Internship Training at NYU Langone Health, Rusk Rehabilitation. In 2007, she became board certified in rehabilitation psychology through APA’s American Board of Professional Psychology. She is currently the owner and managing director of the Institute of Cognitive and Emotional Wellness, and serves as a clinical supervisor at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She has numerous publications in peer reviewed journals and textbooks.
Since 2002, Dr. Kingsley has been involved in the delivery of clinical services (assessment, intervention) to adults with an acquired neurological disorder. She has been active in designing protocols for individuals and families of individuals with diagnoses of traumatic brain injury, stroke, epilepsy, and mild cognitive impairment, Post-Concussion Syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, Brain Neoplasms and Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Kingsley has presented both nationally and internationally on how to provide holistic neuro-rehabilitation services using culturally competent models and practices.
Dr. Kingsley has supervised numerous psychology interns on how to provide evidenced based, integrative treatment to patients and their families. She is a faculty member of Cognitive Rehabilitation at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM’s), co-author to their most recent systematic review (2009-2015), as well as one currently in progress. She recently participated in the writing of ACRM’s 2nd Edition “Cognitive Rehabilitation Manual and Textbook: Translating Evidence-Based Recommendations into Practice.
She is the Chair- Elect (2019-2021) of ACRMs International Networking Group, and is serving a three year term as the Editor and Communications Chair for the American Board of Professional Psychology.