Anna V. Agranovich, PhD, ABPP is a Maryland and DC-licensed clinical psychologist, 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 followed by a 2-year post-doctoral fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with specialization in Rehabilitation Neuropsychology.
Dr. Agranovich has worked in both inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation settings since 2008. Since 2015, she has been providing outpatient neuropsychological and psychological evaluation and intervention services to adults with brain injury, neurocognitive disorders, complex medical conditions and chronic pain at MedStar National Rehabilitation Network in Olney and at the Center for Integrative Medicine at MedStar Montgomery Medical Center. Her holistic integrative approach aimed at community re-integration and active life participation and incorporates positive psychology and practice of mindfulness.
Dr. Agranovich conducted research on cultural influences in neuropsychology, and she has written book chapters and manuscripts on cultural differences in neuropsychological test performance. Dr. Agranovich is bilingual in English and Russian and has translated a number of tests and scientific manuals to Russian. She consults in international clinical trials and has contributed to adaptation of cognitive tests for Russian speakers. More recently, she has been exploring application of mindfulness-based treatment approaches in neuro-rehabilitation.
Dr. Agranovich has consulted on many forensic cases involving culturally-sensitive evaluations and is often called to provide expert opinion as part of independent medical evaluations and/or civil and criminal cases. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, including the divisions of Rehabilitation Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, and International Psychology, as well as the National Academy of Neuropsychology. She also has served on the Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Association of Maryland.