Kevin N. Alschuler, Ph.D., is a psychologist with expertise in improving the functioning and quality of life of individuals with multiple sclerosis and other chronic medical conditions.
Dr. Alschuler earned his Ph.D. from Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti. He completed residency training at the Boston Consortium in Clinical Psychology, now known as the VA Boston Healthcare System Psychology Internship Training Program. He also completed fellowships in clinical care for rehabilitation psychology and multiple sclerosis rehabilitation research at University of Washington, Seattle.
His clinical interests include multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and multidisciplinary care. His research interests include improving the understanding of how individuals cope with chronic illness or injury, including factors that improve and worsen quality of life and functioning.
Dr. Alschuler is a UW associate professor and an adjunct associate professor. He joined the faculty in 2012.
|Boston Consortium in Clinical Psychology||Residency||2010|
|UW - Rehabilitation Psychology Program||Fellowship||2011|
|UW - Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine||Fellowship||2012|
|Eastern Michigan University||Other Education||2006|
|Eastern Michigan University||Medical education||2010|
|PHD||Eastern Michigan University||2010|