Dr. Alschuler is a psychologist in the UW Medicine Multiple Sclerosis Center and a UW assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and…
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Patient Care Philosophy
There are many challenges when one is diagnosed with a chronic medical condition or experiences a serious injury. I view my job as a unique opportunity to help individuals who are experiencing a new challenge. By working together, I believe that we can identify new and different ways to manage these challenges, and the end result will include improved functioning and higher quality of life.
Exercise, sports, travel and family.
Multiple sclerosis; traumatic brain injury; spinal cord injury; multidisciplinary care.
Multiple sclerosis; coping with chronic illness or injury; integration of psychology into medical settings.
|Eastern Michigan University||Medical education||2010
|Eastern Michigan University||Other Education||2006
|Boston Consortium in Clinical Psychology||Residency||Clinical Psychology||
|UW - Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine||Fellowship||
|UW - Rehabilitation Psychology Program||Fellowship||Rehabilitation Psychology||