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Bruce Brotter, Ph.D.

Memory Training Centers of America
Vice President of Training and Clinical Services

Bruce Brotter, Ph.D., Vice President Clinical Program and Staff Development, Memory Training Centers of America, has been responsible for program development, training and oversight of MTCA clinical services for the past decade. Dr. Brotter was previously on the staff of the New York Hospital, Westchester Division, where he held clinical, supervisory and administrative positions for more than two decades, and published articles and text-book chapters on various psychological conditions and treatments. He holds a Master's degree from Columbia University, a Ph.D. in Clinical Practice & Administration from New York University, and is on the voluntary faculty of the New York Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Brotter is responsible for: the development and oversight of the MTCA proprietary ‘Memory Treatment Program’; development and oversight of ‘MTCA University,’ which provides a host of on-line courses on the provision and documentation of cognitive rehab services; and oversight of all clinical aspects of MTCA services. Dr. Brotter speaks frequently at Health Care and Senior Care Provider conferences throughout the U.S. on the topic of non-pharmaceutical interventions to prevent and treat memory loss, as well as techniques for maintaining overall cognitive health. Most recently, Dr. Brotter has co-authored two publications: Memory Training and Task Specificity in 90- 99-Year-Old Seniors with Mild Cognitive Impairment, published January 6, 2015, the Journal of Advances in Aging Research; and Nine Months of Memory Training Increases Cognistat Measured Memory in 79-89 Year Old Mildly Cognitively Impaired Individuals, to be published in an upcoming issue of Advances in Aging Research.