Julie Brody Magid, PsyD
Clinical Director, Memory Disorders Assessment Clinic
- Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry
Julie Brody Magid, PsyD, is the clinical director of McLean Hospital’s Memory Disorders Assessment Clinic in the Division of Geriatric Psychiatry. She oversees clinic operations and conducts comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations with older adult patients who are referred for memory disorders and other cognitive problems. Dr. Brody Magid specializes in providing neurocognitive and psychodiagnostic evaluation and treatment for patients with traumatic/acquired brain injury, dementia, movement disorders, and neuropsychiatric illnesses.
Dr. Brody Magid completed a fellowship in adult/geriatric neuropsychology at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School and was previously the director of the Adult Neuropsychology Fellowship. After several years working in neurorehabilitation, Dr. Brody Magid re-joined the staff at McLean Hospital in 2012 in the Neuropsychology Department, performing neuropsychological evaluations throughout the hospital including at The Pavilion. She has been the program director of the Memory Disorders Assessment Clinic since 2015.
Education & Training
- 1992 BA in Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- 1995 MA in Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda/San Francisco
- 1999 PsyD, California School of Professional Psychology, Alameda/San Francisco
- 1997-1998 Psychology Intern in Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation
- 1998-2000 Post-Doctoral Fellow in Clinical Neuropsychology, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School