Editor - Javan L. Horwitz | Carmel Neuropsychology Services | 16657
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International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Javan L. Horwitz

Javan L. Horwitz
Javan L. Horwitz
Carmel Neuropsychology Services
Veteran’s Administration Northern Indiana Health Care System
United States
Carmel Neuropsychology Services


Provided neuropsychological assessment and treatment and general psychological services for geriatric and adult veterans and their families in a long-term care, hospice and palliative care, and rehabilitation setting, as well as in the acute inpatient and compensation and pension settings. Involved in conflict resolution for staff and veterans. Mental Health Environment of Care Rounds to evaluate inpatient psychiatric units for safety and healing environments. Completed fitness for duty evaluations on the VA police officers. Provided supervision and teachings to students and staff. Training director for the doctoral level practicum students. Developed and submitted an internship training site proposal. Participated in GEM clinic evaluations. Participated in Pain Committee Clinical Response Team. Leadership and education roles in cultural transformation of the community living center, behavior management for challenging behaviors, and dementia care. Involved in research, development, and academic affiliations activities. Piloted STAR VA challenging behavior program. Lead on behavioral management teams. Involved in health and wellness programs (MOVE, diabetes education). Participated in RCAs (both as team leader and member), HFEMA, multiple committees (both National Central Office, VISN, and local), implementation of the volunteer escort service, implementation of the No Vet Dies Alone program at VANIHCS, and performance based interviewing panels. Coordination of multiple VISN and local conferences. Expert witness testimony for various cases

Research Interest

Neuropsychology, Geriatric (neuropsychological and palliative care), Cognitive Rehabilitation



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