Christine D. Liff, PhD, is a licensed clinical Neuropsychologist with specialty training in neuropsychology and forensic psychology at Michigan Neurology Associates & PC, with offices throughout the Metro Detroit area in Clinton Township, St. Clair Shores, Utica, and Westland, Michigan.
Dr. Liff completed practicum training at several sites, including the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Fort Worth, Texas, her neuropsychology internship at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center, and her Ph.D. at The University of North Texas. Her post-internship training was completed at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Terrell State Hospital, and her post-doctoral/residency training at Pate Rehabilitation Endeavors in Dallas and the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan.
She is experienced in the assessment of neurologic disorders (e.g., dementia, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis), ADHD and learning disabilities, pre- and post-surgical interventions (e.g., transplantation, shunt placement), and pre-surgical assessment of pain patients.
Dr. Liff’s main research interests include the validity of neuropsychological test instruments, neuropsychological malingering, and assessment of multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease. She serves on a number of professional committees including the program committee for the Michigan Psychological Association, belongs to several professional organizations, and is managing editor and co-author of the Neuropsychology Study Guide and Board Review textbook. She also supervises master- and doctoral-level practicum students from area universities, including the neuropsychology department at The University of Windsor. Dr. Liff has been with Michigan Neurology Associates and Pain Consultants since March 2006.
She has a deep knowledge of analyzing neurological issues such as dementia, traumatic brain injury, and multiple sclerosis, as well as ADHD and learning disabilities. Additionally, she is well-versed in pre- and post-surgery treatments like transplantation and shunt placement, as well as assessing pain patients prior to an operation.
Dr. Liff is dedicated to exploring the accuracy of neuropsychological test methods, deceiving behavior on the part of patients, and the diagnosis of MS and Alzheimer's. She works on several boards, such as the program committee of the Michigan Psychological Association, and is involved in different professional organizations. Additionally, she is an editor and co-author of the Neuropsychology Study Guide and Board Review textbook. Furthermore, she oversees master and doctoral students from universities near her, including the University of Windsor's neuropsychology department. Since 2006, she has been a part of Michigan Neurology Associates and Pain Consultants.