- ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR Rehabilitation Medicine
Dr. Tsaousides is a rehabilitation neuropsychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and a licensed psychologist in the state of New York. He specializes in neuropsychological assessments, cognitive remediation, and psychotherapy for a range of cognitive and emotional difficulties. Dr. Tsaousides employs evidence-based, innovative, goal-oriented treatment approaches to enhance cognitive and emotional functioning, and to improve self-awareness and interpersonal skills.
Dr. Tsaousides is the training director of the postdoctoral fellowship program in clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation research at the Brain Injury Research Center of the Depertment of Rehabilitation Medicine. He is also a co-investigator in the Mount Sinai Injury Control Research Center, and the Disability Rehabilitation Research Project on Classification of Rehabilitation Interventions.
Dr. Tsaousides received his doctorate in counseling psychology at the University at Albany, State University of New York, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology and rehabilitation research at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Dr. Tsaousides is involved in research focused on improving cognitive and psychosocial functioning following traumatic brain injury (TBI). He is currently involved in a variety of clinical trials, among which are:
- A psychotherapy study for post-TBI depression
- A trial on the efficacy of cognitive rehabilitation day treatment following TBI
- Validation of a brain injury screening instrument
- Development a measure to assess the needs of individuals with TBI
- A trial on the effects of aerobic exercise on mood, cognition, and fatigue following TBI
- Vocational outcomes after TBI
Tsaousides T, Gordon WA. Cognitive Rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury: Assessment to treatment. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine 2009; 76: 173-181.
Tsaousides T, Warshowsky A, Ashman T, Cantor J, Spielman L, Gordon WA. The relationship between employment related self-efficacy and quality of life following traumatic brain injury. Rehabilitation Psychology 2009; 54: 299-305.
Tsaousides T, Ashman TA, Seter C. The psychological effects of employment after traumatic brain injury. Rehabilitation Psychology;: in press.
Ginsberg AA, Tsaousides T, Filanosky CA. The Role of Sleep-efficiency in Post-TBI Fatigue: A Comparison between Individuals with TBI and non-TBI Controls. Poster session presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Waikoloa, HI. 2008, February;.
Tsaousides T, Filanosky CA, Ginsberg AA. Reliability and Validity of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index in Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury. Poster session presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Waikoloa, HI. 2008, February;.
Tsaousides T, Ashman T, Seter C. The effects of employment on depression following Traumatic Brain Injury. Poster session presented at the 9th Annual Conference in Rehabilitation Psychology, Charlotte, NC. 2007, March;.
Tsaousides T, Filanosky C. Using the URICA to assess rehabilitation readiness for individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury. Poster session presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Portland, OR. 2007, February;.
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Dr. Tsaousides has not yet completed reporting of Industry relationships.
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