• Alison Krawiecki, PsyDEDUCATION: Central Washington University (B.A in Psychology), University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology (M.A. in Clinical Psychology and Psy.D. with Specialization in Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine)
  • INTERNSHIP/FELLOWSHIP: Veterans Affairs Eastern Colorado Healthcare System/Denver VA Medical Center (doctoral internship), the Colorado Neurological Institute (postdoctoral clinical fellowship)
  • CREDENTIALS: Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
  • TREATMENT POPULATIONS: Adults (18+), Elders
  • SERVICE PROVIDED: Individual psychotherapy, caregiver support, psychological and neuropsychological assessment
  • MEMBERSHIPS: Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, National Academy of Neuropsychology
  • LICENSURE: Licensed Psychologist, Commonwealth of Virginia (03/2014 – present);  PSYPACT E-Passport and Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (mobility #9204)

Dr. Krawiecki is a licensed clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist specializing in psychotherapy, psychological and neuropsychological assessment with adults (18+) experiencing a wide variety of psychological, medical and/or psychosocial issues.  In psychotherapy, her approach is collaborative, straightforward and approachable, based in an acceptance and values-driven way of seeing the world (e.g., Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, mindfulness based psychotherapy).  Therapy goals and progress are determined collaboratively – based on the client’s belief system and measured by whether they are living  life in ways most consistent with what they value.

Areas of specialization for psychological and neuropsychological assessment include psychological/psychiatric differential diagnosis, ADHD evaluations, preoperative evaluations (e.g., pre-bariatric or spinal surgery), neuropsychological diagnostic differentials (e.g., regarding possible cognitive impairment, dementia differential diagnosis and staging), assessment of neurocognitive symptoms of movement disorders and other neurological disease, psycho-oncology and functional neurological disorders.

Dr. Krawiecki began her work in mental health in 1998. Her masters and doctoral degrees (from the University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology) are in clinical psychology, with her doctorate including a specialization in behavioral medicine.  She has been licensed as a psychologist since 2005, first in Colorado, then West Virginia and Virginia. Dr.Krawiecki’s doctoral residency/internship was completed at the Eastern Colorado VA Health System/Denver VA Medical Center.  Her postdoctoral clinical fellowship was completed at the Colorado Neurological Institute and at Regis University in Denver, CO.  She was an assistant professor (clinical) at West Virginia University’s School of Medicine (Dept of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry) until 2017.

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