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TERRY GIBLIN, PSY.D 

ABOUT 

EDUCATION

Psy.D.,  William James College: clinical psychology
M. A., Rhode Island College: school psychology
A. B. D., University of Rhode Island: counselor education

Dr. Giblin has been in private practice for over twenty-five years. He has also worked in college counseling and agency counseling centers. Children, adolescents, and adults are welcome in his practice. Dr. Giblin sees clients for individual, couples, and family therapy. He is also a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Dr. Giblin has supervised several practicing psychotherapists both privately and through university affiliations. 

 

He had achieved the position of tenured professor of psychology at CCRI and, although retired, continues to teach on both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Dr. Giblin has served several terms as president of the RI Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He has also been at the forefront in advocating legislation that led to the licensing of marriage and family therapists and clinical mental health counselors. 

 

Additionally, he worked with the Rhode Island Legislature to pass other important mental health bills. He is the past chairperson for the Board of Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Mental Health Counseling for the Rhode Island Dept of Health. Among his past and present affiliations are AAMFT, AMHCA, EASNA, AGPA, NACCMHC, and the APA. He has presented and/or published both on the regional and national levels on such diverse topics as codependency, DBT, family systems, stress management, Life Theme therapy, brief therapy, and employee assistance programs.

Terry Giblin Psy.D. a counselor providing psychotherapy to patients both individually and as couples. Whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, PTSD, anger issues, stress or phobias Dr. Giblin will work with you to find the modality of therapy that works for you.

Marriage, Family Therapy & Individual Psychotherapy 

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