DOUG GIRARD, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Maryland License # 05517
PSYPACT Mobility # 9520

Psy.D. 2014 – Loyola University Maryland
M.S. 2011 – Loyola University Maryland
B.S.E. 2004 – University of Michigan

WORK EXPERIENCE

Licensed Psychologist, Private Practice, Towson, Maryland. 2015 – Present. Short-term and long-term psychotherapy with adolescents, young adults, and adults.

Clinical Supervisor, Goucher College, Towson, Maryland. 2021 – Present. Supervise graduate students in provision of counseling services.

Licensed Psychologist and Clinical Training Coordinator, Goucher College, Towson, Maryland. 2015 – 2019. Provided counseling and crisis intervention services to undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students. Supervised graduate students in provision of counseling services.

Psychology Associate, Private Practice, Lutherville, Maryland. 2014 – 2015. Short-term and long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy under the supervision of Cynthia N. Mendelson, Ph.D.

Predoctoral Intern, Stony Brook University Counseling Center, Stony Brook, New York. 2013 – 2014. Short-term and long-term individual psychodynamic psychotherapy; group psychotherapy; on-call crisis intervention; Assistant Clinical Director rotation.

Predoctoral Extern, Towson University Counseling Center, Towson, Maryland. 2012 – 2013. Short-term and long-term psychotherapy; mindfulness-based group counseling.

Predoctoral Extern, Notre Dame of Maryland University Counseling Center, Baltimore, Maryland. 2011 – 2012. Short-term and long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy; campus outreach.

Predoctoral Extern, Loyola Clinical Centers, Baltimore, Maryland. 2009 – 2011. Long-term individual psychotherapy; interpersonal/process group psychotherapy; intake interviewing; psychodiagnostic and psychoeducational testing; multidisciplinary assessment.

Program Manager, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington. 2004 – 2007. Managed pre-release customer programs for the company’s Connected Systems Division.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Affiliate Faculty, Loyola University Maryland, PY-845: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Summer 2022 (planned). Therapy models course for doctoral students.

Affiliate Faculty, Goucher College, PSY-220: Personality Theory, Spring 2018. Personality course for undergraduate students.

Affiliate Faculty, Goucher College, PSY-238: Psychological Distress and Disorder, Fall 2017. Psychopathology course for undergraduate students.

Affiliate Faculty, Goucher College, PSY-220: Personality Theory, Spring 2017. Personality course for undergraduate students.

Affiliate Faculty, Loyola University Maryland, PY-615: Advanced Psychopathology, Spring 2017. Advanced abnormal psychology course for masters students.

Affiliate Faculty, Loyola University Maryland, PY-101: Introduction to Psychology, Fall 2016. Introductory psychology course for undergraduate students.

Affiliate Faculty, Loyola University Maryland, PY-615: Advanced Psychopathology, Spring 2016. Advanced abnormal psychology course for masters students.

Affiliate Faculty, Loyola University Maryland, PY-815: Advanced Psychopathology, Spring 2015. Advanced abnormal psychology course for doctoral students.

Affiliate Faculty, Loyola University Maryland, PY-202: Psychopathology, Spring 2015. Abnormal psychology course for undergraduate students.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Assistant, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Ettenhofer Lab, 2010 – 2015. Software development of computer-based performance tasks for assessment of traumatic brain injury and cognitive effort. Also developed custom data analysis software.

Principal Investigator, Loyola University Maryland, Department of Psychology, 2009 – 2014. Dissertation: Challenging Psychiatric Stigma in Mental Health Professionals.

Research Assistant, New York University, LeDoux Lab, The Center for Neural Science, 2008 – 2009. Investigated the neural basis of punishment learning. Employed techniques of behavioral neuroscience, behavioral pharmacology, in vivo tetrode electrophysiology, and histology.

Research Assistant, University of Washington, Center for Human Developmental Disorders Lab, 2008. Investigated hypotheses regarding the etiology of interpersonal and emotional deficits in autism. Wrote custom software that was needed to record EEG data at extremely high sampling rates.

Research Assistant, University of Washington, Child & Adolescent Adjustment Project, 2007 – 2008. Software development of an EEG-based probabilistic learning task to investigate the neural basis of error detection deficits in adolescent males with ADHD.

ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

Safford, A., Kegel, J., Hershaw, J., Girard, D., & Ettenhofer, M. (2015). Eye-Tracking Technology for Estimation of Cognitive Load After Traumatic Brain Injury. In D. D. Schmorrow & C. M. Fidopiastis (Eds.) Foundations of Augmented Cognition (pp. 136-143). Springer International Publishing.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Safford, A., Kegel, J., Hershaw, J., Girard, D., & Ettenhofer, M. (2015, August). Eye-movement Based Detection of Subtle Cognitive Impairment for Enhanced Assessment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Invited paper proposal at HCI International 2015, Los Angeles, CA.

Barry, D., Zeckler, G., Brewer, S., Girard, D., Mirochnitchenko, Reinhardt, L., & Ettenhofer, M. (2012, August). Correlates of a novel eye-tracking assessment: Cognition, depression, traumatic stress, combat exposure, and fatigue. Poster session presented at the 2012 Military Health System Research Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Barry, D., Girard, D., Mirochnitchenko, D., Zeckler, G., Reinhardt, L., Brewer, S., Landenburger, A., & Ettenhofer, M. (2012, May). Development of the Bethesda Eye & Attention Measure (BEAM) to evaluate neurocognitive function. Paper presented at the Uniformed Services University Graduate Programs Research Colloquium, Bethesda, MD.

Barry, D., Girard, D. M, Mirochnitchenko, D., Zeckler, G., Reinhardt, L., & Ettenhofer, M. (2011, December). Eye tracking assessment of mild traumatic brain injury: A pilot study of the Bethesda eye and attention measure (BEAM). Poster session presented at 4th Annual Trauma Spectrum Conference, Bethesda, MD.

Barry, D. M., Girard, D. M., Mirochnitchenko, D. O., & Ettenhofer, M. L. (2011, May). The RETiNA project: Eye tracking assessment of neurocognitive status after mild traumatic brain injury. Poster session presented at Uniformed Services University Research Week, Bethesda, MD.

Johansen, J. P., Girard, D. M., & LeDoux, J. E. (2009, October). Changes in behavioral decision making due to aversive outcomes requires the lateral and basal nuclei of the amygdala. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts, Chicago, IL.

AFFILIATIONS

Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology