Anna V. Agranovich, PhD, ABPP is a licensed clinical psychologist in Maryland and District of Columbia and is Board Certified in Rehabilitation Psychology. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill after earning a combined Bachelor's/Master's degree in clinical psychology/neuropsychology from the Moscow State University in Russia, and a Master's Degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. She completed her residency in adult Neuropsychology at UNC-Chapel Hill Medical Center and a two-year post-doctoral fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with specialization in Rehabilitation Neuropsychology.
At MedStar National Rehabilitation Network, Dr. Agranovich's clinical services encompass assessment and treatment of adults with neurocognitive disorders, including acquired brain injury, cardiovascular events, neurodegenerative disorders, and other complex medical conditions. She offers comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations and holistic rehabilitation neuropsychology interventions aimed at community re-integration and active life participation, which incorporate positive psychology and practice of mindfulness. She also conducts evaluations for individuals with acute and chronic pain (including pre-surgical evaluations) and offers behavioral pain management and mindfulness-based interventions for those suffering from chronic pain.
Dr. Agranovich also offers psychological evaluations and therapeutic intervention for adults with chronic pain and complex medical conditions through the MedStar Center for Integrative Medicine at MMMC. Her holistic approach to therapy incorporates psychoeducation, motivational interviewing for positive behavior change, self-regulation strategies, positive psychology, and practice of mindfulness.
Dr. Agranovich has written book chapters and manuscripts about cultural influences on psychological test performance. She is bilingual in English and Russian and has translated a number of tests and scientific manuals to Russian. She is often called to consult on forensic cases involving culturally-sensitive evaluations and to provide expert opinion as part of independent medical evaluations.
- Graduate Education: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (2009)
- MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital