45 Accord Park Dr. Ste. 25 Norwell, MA
45 Accord Park Dr. Ste. 25 Norwell, MA
Daniel J. Richard, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist 720 Washington St. Hanover, MA
Daniel J. Richard, Ph.D.Clinical Psychologist                                       720 Washington St. Hanover, MA  

About Dr. Richard

Education

 

1999-2005          Suffolk University: Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

 

1995-1997          Northeastern University: M.S. Counseling Psychology

 

1991-1995          Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts: B. A. Psychology

 

Clinical Training

 

2004-2005         Post-doctoral training: University of Massachusetts                                    Medical School / Bridgewater State Hospital,                                               Bridgewater MA

 

2003-2004          Pre-doctoral internship: South Shore Mental                                                 Health/Quincy Mental Center-Department of Mental                                    Health, Quincy MA 

 

2001-2002          Cambridge Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Cambridge                             MA

 

2001-2002          Danielsen Institute; Boston University, Boston MA

 

2000-2001          Tewksbury Hospital/Department of Mental Health,                                     Tewksbury MA

 

2000-2000          McLean Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital,                                     Belmont MA

 

1996-1997          Southeast Human Resource Associates, Plymouth MA

 

1994-1995          Berkshire Medical Center, Pittsfield MA

 

Appointments

 

2001-2002          Harvard Medical School; Clinical Fellow in Psychology                               Dept. of Psychiatry, Cambridge MA 

 

Teaching

 

2009-present      Bridgewater State University; Visiting Lecturer                                           Graduate Faculty Dept. of Psychology,

                            Bridgewater, MA

 

2002-2009          Curry College ; Adjunct Instructor Dept. of Psychology,                               Milton MA  

 

Professional Memberships *

 

  • American Psychological Association (APA)

    • Psychologists in Independent Practice
    • American Psychology & Law Society
    • Psychoanalysis
  • Association fo the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)

  • Massachusetts Psychological Association

  • Phi Delta Kappa: International Organization of Professional Educators

* current or past member

Presentations

 

  • Basseches, M., Mascolo,  M., Peters, T., Richard, D., (2004, August)Tracking Clients' Development in Psychotherapy: A "Common Factors" Coding System. American Psychological Association's Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Publications

 

  • Richard, D. (2000). The Therapeutic Status of the Mythopoetic Approach: A  Psychological Perspective. In E. Barton, (Ed.) Mythopoetic Perspectives of Men's Healing Work: An Anthology for Therapists and Others (pp. 157-179). Wesport, CT: Greenwood.

 

  • Jay, T. & Richard, D. (1999). Verbal Sexual Harrassment, Figurative Language & Gender. In T. Jay, Why We Curse: The Neuro-psycho-sociall Theory of Speech (pp. 225-233). Philadelphia, PA John Benjamins.

 

Licensure & Certification

 

  • Licensed Psychologist, Health Service Provider: Board of Registration of Psychologists, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

 

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC): National Board of Certified Counselors, Greensboro, NC (2000-2015)

 

  • Designated Forensic Psychologist (DFP): Department of Mental Health, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

 

  • Qualified Examiner (QE): Department of Correction, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

 

 

 

 

Print Print | Sitemap
Copyright 2009 Daniel J. Richard, Ph. D. Material on this website is for informational and/or educational purposes only and is not intended to provide or be a substitute for professional services. Use of this website does not establish a therapeutic relationship.