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Benjamin Vogel

Neuropsychology Technician

Benjamin Vogel is a part-time Neuropsychology Technician at CBC. In this role, Benjamin assists the Director of Neuropsychological Assessment and Educational Support within all aspects of the assessment program; including, scoring, scheduling and maintaining assessment supplies. Benjamin is currently a 2nd year student in the Clinical Psychology Program at William Paterson University. Benjamin's areas of interest include sport psychology, the interplay between mental wellbeing and physical exercise, and neuropsychology. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with a minor in Economics from Binghamton University.

In addition to his role at CBC, Benjamin is also an extern at the Center for Cognition and Communication, a neuropsychological practice that specializes in concussions and traumatic brain injury (TBI). At his externship, Benjamin administers comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations. Since 2020, Benjamin has served as a counselor specialist at Parents Helping Parents, a crisis intervention stress line. Benjamin has also co-led a sport psychology podcast (SportsPsychMDs) with two psychiatrists which covered the psychological interplay between sports and mental health areas such as anxiety, addiction, and mental flexibility. Benjamin recruited renown professionals to join the podcasts as guests including Olympic gold medal champions, Super Bowl champions, and MLB and NFL team psychologists. During his time with SportsPsychMDs, Benjamin led a live-stream panel that provided college students with psychological tools to alleviate pandemic-related stress, anxiety, and depression.

Benjamin's dissertation is focused on the mediating factors between mental health and physical exercise. He currently serves as a research assistant in the Laboratory of Emotion and Affective Psychopathology Lab At William Paterson University where he has co-authored multiple posters. Previously, Benjamin worked in The Matter Lab at the Child Mind Institute and The Mind at Large Lab at Duke University.