Dr. Black is an Idaho native and one of state’s few board-certified Clinical Neuropsychologists. Dr. Black graduated from the College of Idaho (formerly ‘Albertson’s College of Idaho’) before earning his masters and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology at Michigan State University. Dr. Black completed advanced clinical training in neuropsychology through a pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at Allegheny General Hospital, a Level 1 trauma center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Following his fellowship, Dr. Black joined the hospital’s faculty and taught medical and psychology trainees at different levels, ranging from graduate school practicum students to medical residents and fellows. Dr. Black later served as the Associate Director of Training for the psychology internship program at the hospital and played an active role in the Neuropsychology Post-doctoral Fellowship. In 2018, Dr. Black joined the St. Luke’s Health System, which is Idaho's largest healthcare system. Within St. Luke’s, Dr. Black served as the lead Neuropsychologist for several programs and clinical populations at St. Luke’s. He conducted outpatient and inpatient evaluations for patients with diverse neurological conditions, such as Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, stroke, traumatic brain injury, brain tumor, neurodegenerative diseases, and post-COVID cognitive sequelae. In 2023, he founded Idaho Neuropsychology, PLLC. Apart from his clinical work, Dr. Black is dedicated to professional service. He has served on the Executive Board of Directors for the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology (ABN), the Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania Psychological Foundation, and as a committee member of the Early Career Professionals Committee for the Pennsylvania Psychological Association. Currently, Dr. Black serves as the co-chair for the Continuing Education Committee for the Idaho Psychological Association.
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