Elizabeth Cook

Elizabeth Cook, PhD

  • Psychologist/Rehabilitation
  • Psychologist What's this? A psychologist is extensively trained to help people learn to cope more effectively with life issues and mental health illnesses. They are licensed to provide a number of service, including evaluations, therapy and other evidence-based treatments. A common type of treatment is talk therapy (sometimes called cognitive behavioral therapy), but there are many types of therapy styles.

Appointments: (614) 293-3830

About Me

Elizabeth Cook, PhD, ABPP, is an assistant professor of clinical physical medicine and rehabilitation at The Ohio State University Medical Center.

Dr. Cook earned her doctoral degree in educational psychology from Kent State University. She holds a master’s degree in instructional design and communication from Clarion University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Temple University.

She completed her internships at Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital in Warren, Ohio, and the Diagnostic and Evaluation Clinic in Austintown, Ohio. Dr. Cook holds diplomate status in rehabilitation psychology through The American Board of Professional Psychology.

Dr. Cook treats individuals who have sustained traumatic brain injury and other debilitating diseases and conditions. Her practice includes neuropsychological assessment of traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, adult ADHD and learning disabilities. Recommendations for subsequent treatment of the various disorders/conditions are integral to Dr. Cook’s work. Therapy and adjustment to disability are also part of her practice.

Dr. Cook has published on a variety of topics including divorce, denial in stroke patients and dementia.

Procedures and Conditions I Treat

  • Brain Injuries
  • Cognition Disorders
  • Dementia
  • Rehabilitation
  • Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Psychology

More About My Work

Consulting and Related Relationships

At The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, we support a faculty member’s research and consulting in collaboration with medical device, research and/or drug companies because a faculty member’s expertise can guide important advancements in the practice of medicine and improve patient care. In order to provide effective management of these relationships, the University requires annual disclosures from all faculty members with external interests related to their University responsibilities.

As of 12/20/2018, Dr. Cook has reported no relationships with companies or entities.