Neuro Institute Faculty

Meet NeuroRestorative's experts and knowledgeable faculty members who provide monthly online learning opportunities and CEUs for brain injury rehabilitation professionals.

Deborah Gutteridge, MS, CBIST 
Clinical Evaluator

As a Clinical Evaluator for NeuroRestorative, Deborah works with case managers, payers, workers compensation providers and other referrals sources in the central region to successfully admit participants in our post-acute brain injury programs. Deborah has over 27 years of experience in the field of case management, namely in practice settings ranging from state vocational rehabilitation to acute inpatient rehabilitation and post-acute rehabilitation. In addition to her work with NeuroRestorative, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City, and on the Case Management Society of America-Kansas City Chapter. Deborah as been published for both periodical and journal articles on the practice of case management, and has been involved in the Case Management Society of America for 16 years, serving in both local and national capacities.

Dr. Gordon Horn, PhD 
National Deputy Director of Clinical Outcomes, NeuroRestorative
Clinical Director, NeuroRestorative Florida

Dr. Gordon Horn, NeuroRestorative Institute FacultyDr. Horn is a clinical neuropsychologist specializing in neurologic rehabilitation treatment and programming. He has worked within inpatient and outpatient hospital systems, ICU and acute care management, and post-hospital care facilities. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor with the Florida State University College of Medicine. He holds professional membership with the National Academy of Neuropsychology, the International Neuropsychological Society, the American Psychological Association’s Division of Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, and the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. He provides lectures at the national and international levels. His  current research is within neurologic rehabilitation outcomes.

Marta Ketter, CCC-SLP, CBIT 
Speech Language Pathologist, NeuroRestorative 

Marta Ketter is a Speech Language Pathologist for NeuroRestorative Carbondale and has provided speech, language and cognitive services in the Supported Living Program for more than 15 years. She specializes in supporting Hispanic participants admitted to NeuroRestorative's programs and she recently completed her certification in Professional Medical Interpreting. At NeuroRestorative Carbondale, she performs speech, language, and cognition evaluations, as well as individual and group therapy.  In addition to her work at NeuroRestorative Carbondale, Marta has delivered speech, language, and cognitive therapy services to children and adults in Guatemala, her native country.  Marta is a graduate of the Communication Disorders and Sciences program at Southern Illinois University and a Certified Brain Injury Specialist and Trainer.  

 Dr. Frank Lewis, PhD 
National Director of Clinical Outcome Services, NeuroRestorative
Clinical Director, NeuroRestorative Georgia 

Dr. Frank Lewis, NeuroRestorative FacultyDr. Lewis has over 25 years of experience in the field of brain injury as an educator, researcher and administrator. He is a certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer and the author of 20 peer-reviewed publications. In addition to his role with NeuroRestorative, Dr. Lewis serves as an adjust faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Georgia Regents University. As the Clinical Director for NeuroRestorative Georgia, Dr. Lewis provides clinical oversight and direction to staff on the psychological needs of the participants and he also serves as Director of Clinical Outcomes for all NeuroRestorative programs throughout the country.

 

Dr. Gregory Nordloh, PhD 
Program Manager, NeuroRestorative Kentucky

Dr. Gregory Nordloh, NeuroRestorative FacultyDr. Nordloh is a Program Manager for NeuroRestorative Kentucky, a position he has held for more than four years.  In his current role, Dr. Nordloh is a member of a leadership team that works with clinical and professional team members to ensure the continuum of quality support and care. Prior to his position at NeuroRestorative, Dr. Nordloh worked in a training capacity for the Department of Veteran Affairs in Cincinnati, OH, focusing on neuropsychology with PTSD affected veterans. Dr. Nordloh completed his undergraduate education at the University of Cincinnati and his graduate and doctorate studies at the University of Louisville.