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George Pratt, and Peter Lambrou, licensed clinical psychologists in practice at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, California, have created an innovative "Four-Step Process" that has helped more than forty-five thousand clients, including Olympic athletes, Academy Award winners, and Super Bowl stars to break the patterns of belief and behavior that were holding them back.
Army, Navy and Air Force have significantly increased the number of positions for Licensed Clinical Psychologists - across the active duty, reserve and National Guard components of the armed services.
Neurotherapy services at Perkins will be provided under the direction of Robert Davis, a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with both adults and youth.
Schlau, a licensed clinical psychologist, has just completed a fellowship at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences' Reynolds Institute on Aging.
McCoy is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been in private practice since 1997 in Manhattan and El Dorado, KS; she will continue her El Dorado practice part-time.
Mark Beitel, a licensed clinical psychologist and psychotherapist at Greenwich Hospital's Center for Integrative Medicine in Cos Cob, CT, the only way to overcome experiencing the same negative romantic outcome is to break the pattern.
Lichtenberger is a licensed clinical psychologist in California.
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