Alison Krawiecki, PsyD

     

Phone: 703-621-7121

Fax: 571-353-3173

Email: gfinney@atlcgr.com



Dr. Alison Krawiecki received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology in 2004.  Her pre-doctoral internship was at the Denver Veterans Administration Medical Center/Eastern CO Healthcare System and is accredited by the American Psychological Association.  She has been a licensed psychologist in the state of Colorado since 2005.


Dr. Krawiecki completed her post-doctoral training at Regis University and through a clinical fellowship in clinical neuropsychology and behavioral medicine at the Colorado Neurological Institute (of which she was a member until she moved in 2014).  She was in private practice and on staff at Porter Adventist Hospital and Swedish Medical Center from 2005-2014 when she and her family moved from Colorado to Northern Virginia.


Dr. Krawiecki has been licensed in Virginia and West Virginia since 2014.  She was an assistant professor (clinical) at the West Virginia University School of Medicine-Eastern Division, Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry, where she acted as the psychiatry clerkship director (training third year medical students). She saw patients in an outpatient clinic through WVU Medicine: University Healthcare Physicians. She was also the Training Director of the doctoral psychology internship program.


Dr. Krawiecki left her job at West Virginia University in June of 2017.


Memberships:

American Psychological Association

APA Division 40 (Society for Clinical Neuropsychology)

APA Division 38 (Health Psychology)

International Neuropsychological Society

National Academy of Neuropsychology

Society of Behavioral Medicine

Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology


Specialties: Clinical neuropsychology, behavioral medicine/health psychology, pre-surgical psychological evaluations (e.g., pre-bariatric surgery, pre-spinal surgery), teaching and supervision, somatoform disorder assessments (e.g., confirmation or rule-outs of conversion disorders, psychological factors affecting medical conditions), psychological assessment for differential diagnosis, treatment of somatoform disorders, PTSD, co-existing medical and mental health issues, coping with medical illness.