Dr Inka Eisfeld, Dipl.-Psych. (M.Sc. equiv. Psych.)

Inka Eisfeld

Dr Inka Eisfeld, Dipl.-Psych. (M.Sc. equiv. Psych.)
Academic Staff, Focus on Teaching and Academic Clinic

 

Am Kaiserkai 1
20457 Hamburg

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Biography

Inka Eisfeld studied Psychology at the  University of Kiel with a focus on Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology. During her studies, she worked as a learning therapists for people with dyslexia and dyscalculia. From 2000-2005 she was academic staff at the University of Magdeburg and was primarily involved in the area of neuropsychology of neurology. It was here that she completed her training to become a clinical neuropsychologist and her doctoral thesis in the field of akinetic-rigid Parkinson's syndrome (http://edoc2.bibliothek.uni-halle.de/hs/content/titleinfo/638). With her interest in neuropsychology, she started to work as neuropsychologist in a praxis in Hamburg, Germany and undertook additional training to become a behavioral therapists. From 2012-2017 she worked as managing clinical neuropsychologist in a daycare clinic rehabilitation centre. Following her approbation and license to practice she was head of a referral clinic for neuropsychological therapy until closure of the centre. Since summer 2017 she works at the MSH Academic Clinic as behavioural therapist and since winter 2017, she oversees the teaching modules on behavioural therapeutic interventions.

Teaching

In her position in the neurology department and in the rehabilitation center, Inka Eisfeld ran training modules for psychologists and medical staff on neuropsychological topics.

Research

Inka Eisfeld’s research primarily focuses on degenerative neurological disorders (dementia, Parkinson syndrome) as well as cognitive phenomena post lumbar puncture in normal pressure hydrocephalus

Publications

Ebert, A.D., Eisfeld, I.S., Heimann, B., Wallesch, C.-W. (2004). Veränderungen im neuropsychologischen Defizitprofil nach 3-monatiger Gabe von Acetylcholinesterase-Inhibitoren bei Patienten mit Morbus Alzheimer. Aktuelle Neurologie, 31, 531.

Kutz, S., Ebert, A.D., Beblo, T., Curio, N., Grubich, C., Eisfeld, I.S. & Herrmann, M. (2001). Neuropsychologische Befunde bei der Diagnostik hirnorganischer Erkrankungen mit Demenz – Eine retrospektive Analyse. Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie, 12, 131-141.

Eisfeld, I.S. (2004). Semantische Demenz: Klinisches Profil und kognitiv-neuropsychologische Bedeutung. Fortschritte der Neurologie – Psychiatrie, 72, 383-396.

Conference Poster

Eisfeld, I.S., Fork, M.L., Lins, H., Herrmann, M. (2001, September). Spontanverlauf eines kongenitalen Hydrocephalus – eine neuropsychologische Fallstudie. Postervorstellung bei der Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurologie (DGN), Aachen

Book chapters

Eisfeld, I.S. & Ebert, A.D. (2005). Demenz und Verwirrtheit / Delir. In C.-W. Wallesch & H. Förstl (Hrsg.), Referenz-Reihe Neurologie Demenzen (1. Aufl.). Stuttgart: Thieme.

Eisfeld, I.S. & Ebert, A.D. (2012). Demenz und Verwirrtheit (Delir). In C.-W. Wallesch & H. Förstl (Hrsg.), Referenz-Reihe Neurologie Demenzen (2. Aufl.). Stuttgart: Thieme.

Invited talk

Psychische Folgen von erworbener Hirnschädigung: Symptomatik & Behandlungsoptionen; 04.11.2015 zum Treffen der Selbsthilfegruppe für betroffene hirnverletzte Menschen; KISS, Hamburg-Altona

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