Idalia Massa-Carroll, PhD

Idalia Massa-Carroll, PhD

Specialty:
Rehabilitation Psychology
Affiliation:
Colorado Psychological Services

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Idalia Massa-Carroll, PhD, ASPPB/PsyPACT, is a member of the AMA Guides Editorial Panel and a licensed bilingual (Spanish) psychologist. She is the owner of Colorado Psychological Services and the recipient of the 2021 Outstanding Women in Business by the Denver Business Journal.

Massa-Carroll is an expert in the field of impairment and providing psychological services to individuals receiving workers’ compensation. Her practice specializes in providing brief rehabilitation psychological care to injured workers. Additionally, she serves as the chair of the Colorado Neuropsychological Society Workers Compensation Task Force. She was the driving force behind the creation of Colorado House Bill 22-1354 which secures and protects the mental health records of injured workers receiving services under the workers' compensation system in Colorado.

Massa-Carroll has served as a Public Health Advisor for the Center for Mental Health Services (SAMHSA) and as a social scientist for the National Institute of Health (NICHD, Bethesda, Maryland). She was a member of the DSM-5 Task Force and served as a clinician supporting the development of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition. Massa-Carroll was born and raised in Puerto Rico, the daughter of a small-town nurse. She is also a wife, a mother and a golden retriever owner.

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