A Rehabilitation Psychologist is a Psychologist whose practice focuses upon individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities.

Rehabilitation psychologists most often work in general or rehabilitation hospitals, and they help individuals with disabilities deal with the psychological, social, and environmental ramifications of their conditions.

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