Dr. Wilson is a prescribing medical psychologist, board-certified neuropsychologist, and rehabilitation psychologist in full-time private practice inside and outside Washington State. He holds privileges at several area hospitals and has worked extensively with physicians, other healthcare providers, and forensic experts, providing neuropsychological evaluations across the U.S. The field of neuropsychology is dedicated to learning about and diagnosing conditions related to the brain and nervous system.
As a Past President of the Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses (www.AMPHL.org), Dr. Wilson also serves on the Diversity Council for the Society of Prescribing Psychology and as Chair of the Diversity Committee for the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology.
Born with a profound hearing loss, Dr. Wilson grew up wearing bilateral hearing aids and primarily communicated using spoken language, although he is also an American Sign Language user. Dr. Wilson resides in Olympia, WA, with his wife (a registered nurse who is also deaf), three kids, and a King Charles Spaniel named Pepper Jack.
As a prescribing medical psychologist and board-certified neuropsychologist, Dr. Wilson provides presentations and training on a variety of healthcare topics that may be of interest to you or your organization. Dr. Wilson has presented in a variety of settings, including conference workshops, academic lectures, and keynote presentations. Click below to read more about topics and options.Read More