Kristine Kingsley Online Presentation – Emotional Regulation & Acquired Brain Injury

Information on the free online presentation

Title of the conference: Emotional Regulation & Acquired Brain Injury- an overview of evidenced-based intervention models for dysexecutive problems.”

Date: Thursday, June 20, 2019

    • San Francisco: 1:00 p.m.
    • New York: 4:00 p.m.
    • London: 9:00 p.m.
    • Sydney: 6:00 a.m. (Friday, June 21)


“Emotional Regulation & Acquired Brain Injury- an overview of evidenced-based intervention models for dysexecutive problems.”

Kristine Kingsley Online Presentation – Emotional Regulation & Acquired Brain Injury

Kristine Kingsley

Practicing clinical psychologist and Co-Director of Internship Training at NYU Langone Medical Center – Rusk Rehabilitation

Dr. Kristine Kingsley is a Senior Psychologist and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center. She is the Assistant Coordinator for the Psychology Internship Program. Dr. Kingsley completed her undergraduate degree at the American College of Greece and received her graduate training at New York University and Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. In 2007,she became board certified in Rehabilitation Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP).

For the past seventeen years, Dr. Kingsley has focused on designing and delivering diverse clinical services (cognitive remediation, group & individual therapy, family therapy, assessment) to adults with an acquired neurological conditions (TBI, CVA, MS, Parkinson’s Epilepsy, MCI) She has published on the topics of cognitive rehabilitation, co-training, assessment, and authored multiple treatment manuals; the protocols outline strategies to improve couples & family therapy and training within the realm of memory disorders, executive functioning deficits and social participation.

Dr. Kingsley has supervised tens of psychology interns and has taught them how to provide evidenced based and integrative treatment to patients and their families. She has been a member of the cognitive rehabilitation faculty of ACRM’s Brain Injury Special Interest Group, and one of the co-authors of their most recent systematic review. Dr. Kingsley is the co-chair of the International Networking Group Service Delivery Task Force since 2016. She has been actively involved as a member of the Board of Trustees member of the American Board of Rehabilitation Psychology, and serves a site visitor chair for internship and postdoctoral training programs across the country.

Dr. Kingsley has presented to several audiences nationally and internationally on how to provide holistic neuro-rehabilitation services, using culturally competent models and practices. Her research interests involve evidenced based group, individual and systems interventions.


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Confirmed speakers for NeuronUP Academy 2019 include:


  • Sarah Raskin
  • Amy Rosenbaum
  • Keith Ganci
  • Kristine Kingsley
  • Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner
  • Gabriela Cantarero
  • Alicia Fernández-Zúñiga
  • More to be announced soon!

We are sure their presentations will be very interesting!

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