Harvey E. Jacobs, PhD, CLCP
Dr. Jacobs earned his PhD in Psychology from Florida State University, a post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and was a Mary Switzer Research Fellow of the National Institute of Handicapped Research (presently NIDRR). He is a Certified Life Care Planner through the International Commission on Health Care Certification, having completed his training through the University of Florida.
Now in private practice, he has served on multiple medical school faculties, worked on-staff, in administrative roles and as a consultant to numerous programs and facilities. His current interests include rehabilitation for neurological, psychiatric, medical and intellectual impairments; life care planning; complex cases; behavior analysis; outcomes research; staff training; and program development. He works with diverse ages, ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics, across a wide range of facility and community venues.
Jacobs has published and lectured widely and is the recipient of numerous public and private grants. He serves on the Board of Editors of the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, previously on the editorial board of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, and as a guest reviewer for other professional journals. He has served as editor for special issues for the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, Brain Injury Professional and an upcoming issue of Neurorehabilitation.