Evan Zahniser, Ph.D.
Dr. Evan Zahniser earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Loyola University in Chicago, IL. He completed his internship training in neuropsychology and geropsychology at the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, followed by fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at VA Puget Sound, American Lake Division. Dr. Zahniser specializes in neuropsychological assessment, cognitive rehabilitation, and treatment of patients with cognitive and psychological concerns related to neurological illness or brain injury. Particular clinical interests include cognitive aging, brain injury, and precision-medicine approaches to neuropsychology. He is also active in research, publishing and presenting at professional meetings on topics such as neurodegenerative disease, neuroimaging correlates of cognition, and psychological and functional outcomes of traumatic brain injury.
Joel Eppig, Ph.D.
Joel Eppig, PhD received a BA in psychology from Temple University and a PhD in clinical psychology from the San Diego State/University of California, San Diego, Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. He completed his internship and a two year post-doctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at the VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle Division. Dr. Eppig specializes in neuropsychological assessment, cognitive rehabilitation, coping with illness and disability, and aging. His interests include optimizing functioning and autonomy in individuals with brain injury, dementia, and other neurological disorders.
Kate began her psychometry apprenticeship in 1999 under the tutelage of board-certified neuropsychologist William A. Burkhart, Ph.D., ABN, in Seattle, Washington. After completing 4 years working closely with her mentor, She accepted a position at the University of Washington Medical Center – rehabilitation department as a psychometrist. Over the last 20+ years She has had the opportunity to work with a number of neuropsychologists in the Seattle area who specialized in traumatic brain injuries, movement disorders, stroke and dementia.