Roger Leonard Bash, American neuropsychologist, psychotherapist. Licensed psychologist, Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, mental health counselor, Florida; registered health service provider in psychology; certified rehabilitation counselor. Recipient fellowship Florida State University College Education, 1982-1983.
Rehabilitationist various positions, Illinois, 1975-1987, Florida. Doctoral intern Florida State University Student Counseling Center, Tallahassee, 1986-1987. Postdoctoral fellow in congnitive therapy Center Cognitive Therapy, Philadelphia, 1987-1988.
Postdoctural fellow in clinical neuropsychology Mediplex Rehabilitation-Camden, New Jersey, 1988-1989. Adjunct clinical assistant professor Widener University Clinical Psychology, Philadelphia, 1990-1991. Psychologist Bustleton Guidance Center, 1989-1991.
Neuropsychologist New Medico Rehabilitation Center of Philadelphia, Lafayette Hill, since 1989. Director neuropsychology Treasure Coast Rehabilitation Hospital, Vero Beach, Florida, since 1991. Consultant First Rehabilitation, Inc., Commerce, Georgia, 1987, Florida State University Student Counseling Center, 1984-1987, Goodwill Industries, Tallahassee, 1985, University Miami Microcomputer Program, 1985, University Pennsylvania Department Psychiatry, 1991.
Board directors Radio Reading Service for Blind, Miami, 1982, Broward County Employment Committee for Disabled Citizens, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 1981-1982, Condominium Board, Davie, Florida, 1980-1981. Member American Psychological Association, International Neuropsychological Society, Society Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration.