Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor / Pronouns: He/Him
Joseph J. Staugaitis, MA, is a Maryland licensed therapist (LCPC) and a national certified counselor (NCC) with 30+ years experience in psychotherapy, personality evaluation, neuropsychological evaluation, and clinical neuropsychological treatment including biofeedback, EEG neurofeedback, and cognitive retraining. He completed an APA-approved doctoral program in Clinical and Counseling Psychology (all but dissertation), wherein he had training in both psychodynamic and behavioral approaches to personality, behavior, and psychotherapy. His clinical internship was at the Veterans’ Administration Medical Center in Washington, DC, on both inpatient and outpatient psychiatry units, as well as inpatient neurology and neurosurgery. His employment history includes community-based agency, hospital, and private practice settings, primarily with adults and adolescents. He has experience with TBI, chronic pain, forensic, psychiatric, rehab, and general psychological patient populations. His professional interests are psychotherapy, training and supervision. Memberships include ACA, APA, Division 29 (Psychotherapy), and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors of Maryland. He is a military veteran with a total of 10 years of military and civilian government service.