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Epiphany – May 15, 2023

Dr. Terry Braciszewski talks about St. Dymphna, psychotherapy, deliverance prayer, and shares his epiphany.


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Dr. Terry Braciszewski talks about St. Dymphna, psychotherapy, deliverance prayer, and shares his epiphany.

Terry L. Braciszewski began his academic training at Michigan State University achieving degrees in Music Therapy and Music Education.  He went on to receive graduate degrees from  Eastern Michigan University, The University of Michigan and Farleigh Dickinson University. 


Dr. Braciszewski completed the Masters of Science degree in Clinical Psychopharmacology at Fairleigh Dickinson University.  In 2008 he successfully passed the Psychopharmacology Examination for Psychologists (PEP) as approved by the American Psychology Association’s College of Professional Psychology. He completed his supervised clinical experience in psychopharmacology under a board certified, medical physician trained in physical medicine and rehabilitation.


Dr. Braciszewski has clinical training and experience in rehabilitation psychology and neuropsychology. He has close to 40 years’ experience working with neurologically challenged people and coordinating interdisciplinary teams. He is active in Michigan in the Diocese of Lansing and Gaylord, evaluating candidates for the diaconate and seminary, as well as in evaluating those involved in pursuing deliverance.


Dr. Terry was the Director of Clinical Services at Ann Arbor Rehabilitation Centers for over 20 years, providing direct patient care, clinical assessments, training staff and coordinating interdisciplinary rehabilitation teams.  Currently, he serves people through his practice, Momentum Rehab LLC. And since 2018, he has been involved in treating people at the Beaver Island Rural Health Clinic.


He is a member of several professional organizations, most noteworthy is the Catholic Psychotherapy Association and related Special Interest Groups. He is a member of APA’s divisions of Rehabilitation Psychology (22), Society for Clinical Neuropsychology (40), the Society for Prescribing Psychology (55) and the National Academy of Neuropsychology.

He is principal trumpet of Four Old Men and a Babe and the Livingston Symphony Orchestra. He serves on several boards, including Inspirational Aviation Ministries (IAM) and Workskills Corporation. In addition to professional licenses and certifications, Dr. Terry is licensed as a Multi Engine Instrument Pilot with the United States Federal Aviation Administration.

He enjoys many of life’s experiences, especially his relationship with The Lord, Kate–his wife and their six adult children and three dogs.

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