Dr. Quratulain Khan
I am a licensed psychologist, and a fellowship-trained neuropsychologist with a specialization in rehabilitation neuropsychology. I have over 15 years of training and experience in neuropsychological assessment and treatment services for a broad range of neurocognitive conditions including concussion, traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, multiple sclerosis, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and long COVID. My subspecialty is traumatic brain injury, particularly the assessment and treatment of persisting post-concussion symptoms (PPCS).
I graduated from the APA/CPA accredited Clinical Neuropsychology Ph.D. Program at the University of Windsor, Ontario. My residency training was completed at the APA/CPA accredited program at the Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Center, Nova Scotia. I then completed a specialized fellowship in Neuropsychological/Cognitive Rehabilitation at the JFK-Johnson Rehabilitation Institute (Center for Head Injuries) in New Jersey.
After completing my fellowship training, I worked as a rehabilitation neuropsychologist at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI) for several years, where I developed and led the multidisciplinary concussion clinic as well as the COPE Concussion Group for patients experiencing prolonged recovery after a concussion.
I have been in private practice since 2019 and continue to provide neuropsychological assessment and treatment services for adults (18 years and older). As a rehabilitation neuropsychologist, I help my patients improve day-to-day functioning using evidence-based approaches including Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Rehabilitation. I have a particular interest in compensatory strategy development and emotional adjustment to cognitive changes and neurological diagnoses. My forensic practice involves serving as a consultant and conducting independent medical examinations for neuropsychological issues, particularly traumatic brain injury.
In addition to my private practice, I am an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Indiana University School of Medicine. I am also an active member of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) BI-ISIG Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Task Force and the Cognitive Rehabilitation Task Force.