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Maria Mouratidis, PsyD
National Naval Medical Center
Dr. Mouratidis is a licensed neuropsychologist and currently the command consultant and subject matter expert for Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health at the National Naval Medical Center.
She received her BA in psychology and MA in clinical psychology from Loyola College in Maryland, and her PsyD from Agrosy University. She completed both her psychology internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University School of Medicine and was recruited to the National Naval Medical Center from the faculty of Yale University School of Medicine.
At the National Naval Medical Center, Dr. Mouratidis is the command consultant and subject matter expert for Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health. Previously, she created and led the Traumatic Stress and Brain Injury Program to provide assessment and treatment for service members with Traumatic Brain Injury and/or psychological disorders. As the head of the Traumatic Stress and Brain Injury Program, she was responsible for providing clinical inpatient and outpatient services, training psychology and psychiatry interns and residents, coordinating behavioral healthcare services for Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom patients, and being an integral member of the hospital’s casualty care team. As the Command Consultant and Subject Matter Expert, Dr. Mouratidis regularly briefs members of Congress, Pentagon officials, foreign dignitaries, represents the National Naval Medical Center in collaborations with local, state, and federal partners. She is actively involved in the development of the concept of operations of the new Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury and of the National Intrepid Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury. Dr. Mouratidis is regarded as a national expert and lectures widely on the areas of Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health.
Maria Mouratidis’s Content on BrainLine Military
- Dr. Maria Mouratidis Talks About Learning from Wounded Warriors
- Dr. Maria Mouratidis Talks About Military Families and Brain Injury
- Dr. Maria Mouratidis Talks About How to Address Thoughts of Suicide
Maria Mouratidis’s Content on BrainLine
- Differences in Expressing Emotion After Brain Injury
- Dr. Maria Mouratidis Talks About Compassion Fatigue in Caregivers
- Treating the Patient and Avoiding Stove Piping
- After the Injury: Acute Care and TBI
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