Clinical Neuropsychologist Community Hospital of Indianapolis 1500 North Ritter Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46219
1973 to 1977
Director, Children's & Mental Retardation Services Roanoke-Chowan Mental Health Service Academy Street Ahoskie, NC 27910
1982 to present
Private Practice License as a Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSPP) State of Indiana
Appointments and Associations:
Member - American Psychological Association
Member - APA Division of Clinical Neuropsychology
Member - International Neuropsychology Society
Member - National Rehabilitation Association
Past Board Member - Indiana Rehabilitation Association
Member - Brain Injury Association of Indiana
Adjunct Clinical Professor of Clinical Psychology University of Indiana School of Medicine, 1981-1984
Appointed to National Task Force addressing the Educational and Rehabilitation needs of the head injured, 1985-1988
Appointed to the Statewide Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Committee for assessing the needs of the brain injured, 1999-2001
Adjunct Clinical Professor of Neuropsychology University of Indianapolis, 2003-present
Honors and Awards:
Selected for Who's Who Among Human Service Professionals, 1986
Kappa Delta Pi Academic Honorary, 1981
Phi Delta Kappa Academic Honorary, 1981
Selected for Who's Who Among Outstanding Young Men in America, 1981
Mississippi State University, Graduate Student Hall of Fame, 1980
Eagle Scout, 1964
Bracy, O.L., Oakes, A.L., Cooper, R.S., Watkins, D., Watkins, M., Brown, D.E., Jewell, C. (1999). The effects of cognitive rehabilitation therapy techniques for enhancing the cognitive/intellectual functioning of seventh and eighth grade children. The International Journal of Cognitive Technology, 4(1), 19-27.
Chen, S.H.A., Thomas, J.D., Glueckauf, R.L. & Bracy, O.L. (1997). The effectiveness of computer-assisted cognitive rehabilitation for persons with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 11(3), 197-209.
Ray, E.C., Engum, E.S., Lambert, E.W., Bane, G.F., Nash, M.R. & Bracy, O.L. (1997). Ability of the Cognitive Behavioral Driver’s Inventory to distinguish malingerers from brain-damaged subjects. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 12(5), 491-503.
Bracy, O.L. & Fortier, R. (1994). Lost in space: Remediation of motor control following loss of proprioceptive and kinesthetic sensation. The Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation, 12(5), 16-20.
Bracy O.L., (1994). Cognitive functioning and rehabilitation. The Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation, 12(2), 12-16.
Bracy, O.L. (1994). Counseling and psychotherapy for those with brain injury. The Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation, 12(1), 8-11.
Alexy, W. & Bracy, O.L. (1983). Mood self-rating attributions among physical rehabilitation in patients. Cognitive Rehabilitation, 1(5), 12-17.
Bracy, O.L. (1981). An analysis of electrocortical activity accompanying a paired associates learning task. Dissertation Abstracts International.
Haaland, K.Y. & Bracy, O.L. (1981). Premotor poteontials: Implications for the aging motor system. In The Aging Motor Systems, J.A. Mortimer, F.J. Perozzolo, & G.J. Moletta (eds). New York: Praeger.
Thorne, B.M. & Bracy, O.L. (1980). The effects of simultaneous and serial lesions in Long-Evans female rats. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, Vol. 15(3), 143-146.
Bracy, O.L., Doyle, R.S., Kennedy, M., McNally, S.M., Weed, J.P. and Thorne, B.M. (1979). Effects of Methomyl and ethanol on behavior in the Sprague-Dawley rat. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 10(1), 21-25.
HIMS Conference Denver, Colorado Title: Cognitive Rehabilitation for Commercial Airline Pilots
Schofield Barracks Army Base Training Seminar Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Title: Neuropsychonline Treatment System for Cognitive Rehabilitation
Noblesville Indiana Public Schools Noblesville, Indiana Title: The Challenging Our Minds Cognitive Enhancement System
Sports Concussion Institute Playa Del Rey, California Title: Neuropsychonline Treatment System for Cognitive Rehabilitation
ICE Conference Indianapolis, Indiana Title: Using the Challenging Our Minds System in the Public Schools
Virginia Speech & Language Annual Conference Williamsburg, Virginia Title: A Teletherapy Approach to Cognitive Rehabiliation
The American Teletherapy Association Conference New York City, New York Title: A Teletherapy Method for Cognitive Rehabilitation