Tom Bundick, PhD
Dr. Bundick earned his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University in 1986. He went on to earn a Master's degree in Experimental Psychology at Old Dominion University (1991) and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology from Drexel University (1996). He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. He has practiced clinical neuropsychology in Raleigh since 2004. Previously, he served as Assistant Director of the Cognitive Remediation Program at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation. Dr. Bundick has published several peer reviewed papers in the areas of brain injury rehabilitation and neuropsychological evaluation.
Specific clinical interests include evaluating and treating patients with traumatic brain injury, memory concerns, developmental disorders, multiple sclerosis, stroke, adult ADHD, and other neurological, general medical, and psychiatric conditions. Recently, he has begun to specialize in working with young adults and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders, addressing such needs as social skill development, academic and vocational planning, and emotional adjustment. Dr. Bundick also provides traditional outpatient psychotherapy services and cognitive rehabilitation therapies. He also assists more significantly impaired patients and their families in developing behavior management plans as needed. This kind of work can help patients increase their level of self direction and participation in meaningful activities.