Matthew Reinhard

Matthew J. Reinhard, PsyD
War Related Illness and Injury Study Center (WRIISC)
Veterans Affairs Medical Center 
50 Irving Street, NW 
Washington, DC 20422 
Phone: (202) 745-8000, ext 7585
Fax: (202) 518-4666 

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry 
Georgetown University Medical Center

Research Interests

Cognitive and Neuropsychological factors of PTSD; Complimentary and Integrative treatment for PTSD; Deployment health; Neurocognitive effects of environmental toxin exposure

Representative Publications
  • Reinhard, M.J., Wolf, G., & Cozolino, L. (2010). Utilizing the MMPI to assess reported cognitive disturbances and somatization as a core feature of complex PTSD.Journal of Trauma and Dissociation,11, 57-72.
  • Wolf, G., Reinhard, M.J., Cozolino, L., Caldwell, A.P., Ph.D., & Asamen, J.K. (2009). The neuropsychiatric symptoms of complex PTSD: A preliminary scale to identify adult survivors of childhood abuse. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy (APA), 1, (1),49-64.
  • Reinhard, M. J., Satz, P., Scagglioni, C. A., D’Elia, L. F, Rassovsky, Y., Arita, A. A., Hinkin,C. H., Thrasher D, & Ordog, G. (2007). Neuropsychological exploration of alleged mold neurotoxicity. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 22, 533-543.
  • Reinhard, M. J., Satz, P., Selnes, O. A., Sacktor, N., Cohen, B. A., Becker, J. T., & Miller, E.N. Brain Reserve: HIV Morbidity and Mortality (2006). In Yaakov Stern (Ed.), Cognitive Reserve. London, UK: Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis Ltd.