Kelly J. Murphy, Ph.D., is a Neuropsychologist with Neuropsychology and Cognitive Health at Baycrest, an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto, and an Adjunct Faculty Member in the Psychology Graduate Program at York University. She runs a clinical service for people with MCI that includes a behavioral intervention program for both individuals with MCI and their close family/friends. The goals of this evidence-based program are to prevent or delay future dementia in those experiencing MCI and to prevent health declines in family members who may become future caregivers and who are vulnerable to strain associated with living with someone experiencing cognitive decline. Dr. Murphy’s current research involves work differentiating preserved versus reduced cognitive skills in MCI and the impacts of MCI on the lives of affected individuals. One of the aims of this research is to guide effective cognitive intervention for MCI.