Rebeccah Manson, PhD
- Medical College of Wisconsin
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Dr. Manson provides psychological services including diagnostic evaluations, psychotherapy, and behavioral health interventions for patients participating with Froedtert’s CARF-accredited Brain Injury, Stroke, and General Rehabilitation programs. She functions as part of an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team to promote patients’ recovery, health, and quality of life after they have experienced significant injury or illness.
BS, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
MS, Counseling, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
PhD, Counseling Psychology, University of Notre Dame, IN
Residency: Iowa State University Student Counseling Center, Ames, IA
Fellowship: Roosevelt University Counseling Center, Chicago, IL
Dr. Manson educates families on the impact of brain injury and stroke on patients’ emotions and behavior, and guides staff and families in utilizing effective behavior management strategies. Dr. Manson also provides outpatient psychological treatment for patients participating in the outpatient Neuro Rehabilitation program at Froedtert Hospital. Throughout her work, Dr. Manson utilizes a strengths-based approach to identify and build upon what patients already do well.
In addition to direct patient care, Dr. Manson regularly provides consultation and education for the rehabilitation staff, building their capacity to more fully address patients’ psychosocial needs. An interdisciplinary approach is used whenever possible to address patients’ psychosocial concerns.