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Maia Feigon graduated from the University of Chicago in political science. After a brief stint in the Peace Corps in Uzbekistan as well as some time in a pre-medical program and as a lab assistant in biology, she entered the world of psychology, working as a research assistant on a breast cancer study. She attended the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) graduating in 2014 with her doctorate in clinical psychology with an emphasis on rehabilitation psychology. Her research related to sickle cell anemia in adults. She completed her internship at the University of Florida with an emphasis on adult neuropsychology and her post-graduate fellowship in the same field at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She is currently a neuropsychologist in the Cook County Health & Hospitals Systems in Chicago, IL, adjunct instructor at IIT, and mother to a baby girl. She is also the media officer for the Early Career Neuropsychologist Committee (ECNPC).
After completing my internship at UCSD/San Diego VA in Behavioral Medicine and my fellowship at the West LA in Interprofessional Integrative Health, I’m now the PCMHI psychologist in 2 VA outpatient clinics in beautiful coastal California and will soon be the Director of Clinical Training for our practicum program and licensed in the state of California. I wear many hats in my role, managing referrals, running groups, seeing individuals, crisis management, and consulting with the primary care and mental health teams, but one of the things I’m most enthusiastic about is all of the mindfulness training and consultation I’m providing for both veterans and staff. I’m also dabbling a bit in consulting as a Subject Matter Expert for Mindfulness-Based programming and apps. Outside of work, I’m doing a lot of hiking, camping, rock climbing, meditation, cooking, travelling, and Netflixing.