Dr. Greg Perri received his Master’s Degree and Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Widener University in southeastern Pennsylvania. During his graduate coursework he concentrated in clinical neuropsychology, and obtained a certification in that specialty area. He also obtained an M.B.A. with a concentration in Health and Medical Services Administration from the same university. Dr. Perri completed an internship as well as a postdoctoral fellowship in the area of clinical neuropsychology (the latter was completed at Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, DE).
Dr. Perri has served as a neuropsychologist in both civilian (primarily inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation settings) as well as military settings. He previously served as the chairperson for the 2013 Brain Injury Association of Kentucky annual conference, which was centered on the topic of mild brain injury. He has previously testified at a Kentucky State Senate subcommittee hearing on the topic of cognitive rehabilitation. At the 12 Sherpas, Dr. Perri’s caseload consists primarily of individuals who have sustained an acquired brain injury. He conducts neuropsychological evaluations to assist with differential diagnosis, and also provides psychotherapeutic services to this population.
Dr. Perri also works with individuals who have been diagnosed with anxiety disorders, personality disorders, and depression. He utilizes a combination of cognitive behavioral techniques, and approaches work with clients from an interpersonalist framework. Dr. Perri also conducts psychological evaluations for the purpose of differential diagnosis. He has significant experience conducting forensic psychological evaluations- including assessments to determine competency to stand trial, as well as criminal responsibility assessments.
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