John B. (Brad) Powell, PhD:
I have a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, which I earned from the University of Texas at Austin in 1978. I received my internship training at the Veteran's Hospital in Houston, Texas, and I completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Neuropsychology at Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington, in 1988. I am licensed to practice psychology in Washington State (License #2082), and I am currently the Secretary and Webmaster for the Pacific Northwest Neuropsychological Society. I specialize in the evaluation and treatment of adults with brain injury or illness, or with chronic physical dysfunction, pain or distress. Additional services include forensic and neuropsychological evaluations as well as general counseling and evaluations for mental health issues, work place performance, disability, life adjustment, traumatic stress, military issues, and family problems. As a retired Army psychologist, I have a particular interest in the problems of active and retired military and their families.
Kristine R. V. Powell, PsyD (Retired)
I have a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology (1996) from Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR. Internship training was completed at Western State Hospital, Tacoma, WA. A two year post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology was completed at Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA. Previously, I earned a MA in Clinical Psychology (1995)from Pacific University, OR, a MS. in Counseling and Educational Psychology (1986), University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV. I have specialized training in rehabilitation, substance abuse, personal development issues, pre- and post- surgical therapy, and medically related issues involving both the mind and the body. I am licensed to practice psychology in Washington State (License #2568), and I am a National Board Certified Counselor (#17450), and National Certified Addiction Counselor II (#013224). I specialize in the evaluation and treatment of children and adults with brain injury and cognitive dysfunction, ADHD, chronic physical dysfunction, adjustment disorders, psychological disorders, pain or distress, and personal growth issues.