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Nina Parker-Cohen, Ph.D., is a psychologist at Hall Health Center on the UW Campus, director of the Academic Coaching Program through Disability Resources for Students and a UW instructor of Family Medicine.

Dr. Parker-Cohen specializes in the assessment and remediation of learning challenges in college students. She sees students on a drop-in basis at Hall Health Center.

 Dr. Parker-Cohen earned her Ph.D. at the University of Virginia.
California State University Channel Islands

Teaching Appointment, 2014, Psychology

UW - Dept. of Psychology

Teaching Appointment, 2012

University of Utah

Teaching Appointment, 2001

Primary Children's Hospital

Residency, 1992, Child & Adolescent Psychology

Primary Children's Hospital

Internship, 1991, Child & Adolescent Psychology

Univ. of Utah - Dept. of Psychology

Fellowship, 1991, Clinical Psychology

Univ. of Virginia-School of Medicine

Medical Education, 1983

Univ. of Virginia-School of Medicine

Master, 1980