Erin Holker, PhD, LP, ABPP-CN

Division Director, Division of Adult Neuropsychology,

Erin Holker

Contact Info

holke001@umn.edu

Office Phone 612-624-1412

Fax 612-624-4458

Mailing Address:
Division of Adult Neuropsychology
University of Minnesota
MMC 390
420 Delaware Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Division Director, Division of Adult Neuropsychology

Associate Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine


Clinical Psychologist / Clinical Neuropsychologist


Post-Doctoral Fellowship , Mayo Clinic (specializing in Clinical Neuropsychology)

Doctoral Degree, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology (Clinical Psychology)

Pre-Doctoral Internship, Memphis VA Medical Center

Summary

Professional Associations

  • Work sample reviewer, American Board of Professional Psychology/American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology.
  • University of Minnesota - Psychology Standards Committee

Research

Research Summary/Interests

Deep brain stimulation, Minimal hepatic encephalopathy, Sjögren’s syndrome

Teaching

Academic Interests and Focus

Dr. Holker supervises clinical psychology practicum students, and provides lectures for medical students, residents, physicians, and allied health professionals.

Clinical

Specialties

  • Neuropsychological evaluation of adults and adolescents with neurocognitive disorders with a special emphasis on dementia and movement disorders. And evaluation of patients with traumatic brain injuries, cerebrovascular disorders, neoplastic disorders, infectious diseases, systemic illnesses, cardiovascular disease, seizure disorders, psychiatric conditions, learning disabilities, and degenerative brain diseases.

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Professional Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology

Clinical Interests

Dr. Holker’s clinical interests include neuropsychological evaluation of adults and adolescents with neurocognitive disorders, with a special emphasis on dementia and movement disorders. She also evaluates patients with traumatic brain injuries, cerebrovascular disorders, neoplastic disorders, infectious diseases, systemic illnesses, cardiovascular disease, seizure disorders, psychiatric conditions, learning disabilities, and degenerative brain diseases.