Christine Paul, PsyD, ABPP
Clinical Assistant Professor

Christine Paul, PsyD, ABPP joined the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Division of Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology in 2013. Originally from California, she completed her Master’s and doctoral degrees at John F. Kennedy University.

Dr. Paul completed her pre-doctoral internship specializing in substance abuse treatment at Tarzana Treatment Centers, CA and at Northridge Hospital Medical Center, CA where she specialized in rehabilitation psychology and chronic pain. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center.

Dr. Paul has clinical expertise with various rehabilitation populations. She practices rehabilitation psychology on the acute inpatient stroke unit and general rehabilitation unit.


Specialized Areas of Interest
Substance abuse, post traumatic stress disorder, post-stroke depression, multiple sclerosis, stroke, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness based therapies, burn injury, capacity evaluations, amputee, issues related to sexuality and disability, issues related to quality of life.

Board Certifications
Rehabilitation Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology

Education & Training
BA, Psychology, Hawai'i Pacific University, 2002
MA, Psychology, John F. Kennedy University, 2005
PsyD, John F. Kennedy University, 2009

Professional Organization Membership
American Psychological Association, Division 22 Rehabilitation Psychology
MS Society
American Red Cross, Disaster Mental Health