Michelle Braun, PhD - Psychology - Ascension Wisconsin

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Michelle Braun, PhD, ABPP (CN)

Specialties: Psychology, Neuropsychology
"If you have problems with your memory or other thinking skills, I am here to help you understand why, and to provide you with tailored recommendations to improve your daily functioning and quality of life. I am dedicated to listening to your concerns, and using the latest research findings to guide your treatment."


Accepting new patients.


Clinical Interests

  • Behavioral Health Issues
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dementia
  • Neuropsychological Assessment-Adult
  • Competency Assessment/Decisional Capacity
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Geropsychology


  • English


  • All Saints


  • Graduate School
    2004 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Internship
    2004 Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut
  • Fellowship
    2005 Boston VA Healthcare System/Harvard Medical School


  • Clinical Neuropsychology

Additional Practice Notes

Prior to 2011, Michelle Braun, PhD, ABPP (CN) served as the Assistant Director of Inpatient Mental Health at the Boston VA and Instructor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. She is a board-certified neuropsychologist specializing in neuropsychological assessment, geropsychology, decisional capacity assessment, and behavioral medicine. Her professional memberships include: American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, American Psychological Association, and Society of Clinical Neuropsychology - American Psychological Association Division 40.{line break}Dr. Braun has been honored with several awards and recognition, including: 2008 Practitioner of the Year Award, Alzheimer's Association of Southeastern Wisconsin; "40 Under 40", Milwaukee Business Journal; Early Career Psychologist Award, Milwaukee Area Psychological Association; and Joseph Runkel Award in Psychology, Carroll University.{line break}She enjoys educating patients and families about the latest research in the field and was featured in a 2013 PBS special on brain health.