Ted Albrecht, PsyD
Clinical NeuropsychologistTed Albrecht, PsyD, originally grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. He received a BA in Economics and a BA in psychology from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He received his doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology during which he completed practicum training at Kaiser Permanente as well as focused neuropsychological practicums at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and the University of California at Los Angeles. He completed his internship training at the Gulf Coast VA Medical Center before completing his Postdoctoral training at The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Sports Medicine Concussion Program. There, he hyper specialized in concussion management and traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, seeing over 4,000 patients during his two-year fellowship. He especially enjoys working with athletes and finds fulfillment in helping patients of all backgrounds return to previous levels of functioning. He enjoys researching innovative ways to treat injuries and has explored this by completing his dissertation on virtual reality’s potential use for injured athletes in a rehab setting in addition to being published by the Journal of Neurotrauma as lead author on a paper exploring the use of track scanning laser ophthalmoscopes for the purpose of monitoring concussion recovery. He joined RIW in 2023, provides neuropsychological evaluations within the BIRP program, and initiated RIW’s concussion clinic with the help and support of his RIW colleagues. Outside of work, you will find Ted hiking, golfing, playing basketball, bragging about Luis Gonzalez’s World Series clinching blooper single in 2001, or properly informing the public of how the Phoenix Suns were robbed of their NBA Finals in 2007.