Sean Coad, PsyD, is a rehabilitation neuropsychologist who cares for patients in an inpatient setting by completing comprehensive neuropsychological intakes and providing psychological intervention for patients who have experienced a neurological illness or injury such as traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury or stroke. Dr. Coad developed and leads the Disorders of Consciousness Program at Orlando Health. He also cares for patients with non-neurological conditions such as amputation and orthopedic polytrauma whose functional status necessitates inpatient rehabilitation.
In an outpatient setting, Dr. Coad provides individual and group psychotherapy for patients adjusting to their injuries and who are experiencing anxiety, frustration, depression, and substance abuse and family issues. He works collaboratively with the entire rehabilitation team to provide each patient the specialized care they need.
Dr. Coad earned his doctor of psychology (PsyD) and master’s degrees in clinical psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Marquette University in Milwaukee. He served as a pre-doctoral intern specializing in clinical health and neuropsychology at Tewksbury State Hospital in Massachusetts and as a post-doctoral fellow in clinical neuropsychology at the Shepard Center in Atlanta.