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Tracy N. Kreiling, Psy.D. Profile

Tracy N. Kreiling, Psy.D., is the Executive Director of Neuropsychological Services of Oregon, LLC. Dr. Kreiling is a licensed psychologist in the State of Oregon (license number 2524). She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. Dr. Kreiling has Master and Doctoral Degrees in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. She completed a pre-doctoral internship in Clinical Psychology with specialization in Neuropsychology at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. She went on to complete a two year post-doctoral fellowship in Neuropsychology and Brain Imaging Research at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical School in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

Dr. Kreiling specializes in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of adults with a variety of general medical, neurological, and psychiatric conditions. She has treated adults who have suffered concussion, traumatic brain injury, mild cognitive impairment, dementia, stroke, movement disorders, and epilepsy, as well as a variety of other general medical conditions that impact cognitive and emotional functioning.

Her research interests have included the real-world application of neuropsychological test results and traumatic brain injury. She worked as a staff neuropsychologist for Geisinger Health System in Danville, Pennsylvania, before returning to Oregon to establish NSO.

Dr. Kreiling is a member of:
American Psychological Association
National Academy of Neuropsychology
International Neuropsychological Society
Central Oregon Association of Psychologists


Tracy N. Kreiling, Psy.D. Profile

Rebecca Thomas, B.S., is a psychometrist at Neuropsychological Services of Oregon, LLC. She attended Seattle University in Seattle, WA, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Prior to her work at NSO, Rebecca completed an internship at the Public Health Division of the Oregon Health Authority in Portland, OR, conducting interviews with patients for epidemiological use. She also completed an internship with the Epidemiologic Research and Information Center at the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs in Seattle, WA, where she assisted on research relating to public health needs in rural settings.

Rebecca grew up in Central Oregon and moved back to the area after finishing school. In Bend, she has also worked at an inpatient psychiatric treatment facility, providing support to patients with serious and persistent mental illnesses. Her professional interests include working with patients who have a variety of psychiatric and neurological conditions. In her free time, Rebecca enjoys hiking, skiing, knitting and learning to rock climb, as well as spending time at home with her two cats.