About

Dr. Han is a clinical psychologist specializing in neuropsychology. She believes in engaging minds and improving lives through a scientist-practitioner model by applying evidence-based practices to help improve one's functioning and quality of life.

Dr. Han was trained in clinical neuropsychology within rehabilitation settings. She completed a predoctoral internship at NYU Rusk Rehabilitation in New York City and a postdoctoral fellowship at MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, DC. She predominantly serves populations with acquired brain injuries, including TBI, CVA, neoplasms, infectious diseases, autoimmune disorders, and/or neurodegenerative conditions, in both the acute inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient settings. As part of the rehabilitation team, she provides clinical services including bedside neurobehavioral status exams, capacity evaluations, behavioral management, psychotherapy to foster adjustment and coping, and comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations to help inform treatment plans and return to school/work/driving decisions.

Dr. Han also offers differential diagnosis for neurodegenerative diseases and cognitive rehabilitation for individuals with acquired brain injuries.

Affiliations
Winchester Medical Center
Education
  • Fellowship
  • Post-doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology MedStar National Rehabilitation Network
  • Doctorate
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology Pacific Graduate School of Psychology at Palo Alto University (APA-Accredited)
  • Internship
  • Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology NYU Langone Medical Center: Rusk Rehabilitation (APA-Accredited)
  • College
  • Master of Science in Clinical Psychology Pacific Graduate School of Psychology at Palo Alto University (APA-Accredited)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology University of California, Davis
Medical Interests
Areas of Interest:
  • Neuropsychological assessment and intervention following acquired brain injuries, neurodegenerative disease or other neurological conditions
  • Psychological intervention for adjustment difficulties secondary to health and medical conditions
  • Differential diagnosis for cognitive deficits/complaints
  • Neuropsychological evaluations for medical procedures or post acquired brain injuries to assist treatment planning and/or return to work/driving/school decisions