Maryland board of examiners of psychologists


BOARD MEMBERS and BOARD STAFF of Psychology schools in Maryland

BOARD MEMBERS:

Dr. David Lee

Dr. Gary Stoker, Ph.D.

Dr. Andrew DeCoste

Dr. David Lee, an early adopter of the M.S. in the College of Professional Psychology; former co-founder; President, Board of Psychology Review & Research Association; former President; Board of Examination; former Associate Dean; College. His early childhood memories involve an aunt who was a successful mental healer and a brother who went on to become an attorney and successful politician. Dr. Lee earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois. There he studied English and French and received a B.S. in English Literature. He earned his M.S. in Psychology in 1983 at Illinois under the leadership of Dr. William McBeth and Dr. Tom G. Borkoski. There is an interesting account of his internship with Drs. William F. Baumhart, Stephen J. Eglinski, and William D. McBeth in the study and treatment of a child with anxiety disorders. While at Illinois, he worked with Dr. William McBeth when he conducted a study of the use of a family system approach to the treatment of children with specific phobias and anxiety disorders. Dr. Lee obtained his clinical psychology license in February 1985. Two months later, he was asked to assist the University’s Office of Disability Admissions in finding and recruiting a therapist to work with several students and graduates. He continued to assist the Office as a clinical evaluator and, at the same time, started doing research on the developmental evaluation of preschoolers and children in the early intervention and developmental disabilities field. Dr. Lee received his Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University in the spring of 1995. From 1996 to 1998, Dr

Contact Information-Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists

Contact Information-Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists: Website Address: 6th floor of the building in Annapolis, on the State House grounds. Phone: (410)-269-3135

All the information about the Board of Examiners of Psychologists is accessible online and in the “Admissions” section.

Board for the Protection of Children, Youth and Families (PACYF) All PACYF policies and procedures may change when PACYF is involved in a new development of a program. Please contact the following agencies to learn more about the changes:

The Board of Examiners of Psychologists oversees psychological evaluation procedures in the state of Maryland. The Board for the Protection of Children, Youth, and Families oversees mental health programs that include all types of services directed towards children, youth, and families. In addition, the Board for the Protection of Children, Youth, and Families conducts an independent review of the program(s) being reviewed and prepares reports on programs that are reviewed by the Board from time to time.

Each organization that is seeking a psychological evaluation must complete the application, which indicates whether they are affiliated with Pancytect or a local health department. Only those psychologists that are affiliated with the Board of Examiners of Psychologists may conduct psychological evaluations in accordance with the law.

Please contact the Board for the Protection of Children, Youth, and Families for more information at 410-269-3316. PACYF is a professional association with members representing all types of psychologists in the state of Maryland. The Board for the Protection of Children, Youth, and Families includes members from the Division of Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Hospitals, the Office of Mental Health, Child and Adolescent Services, Family Services, and the Division of Juvenile Justice Services.

Board Meeting Dates of Psychology schools in Maryland

January 8, 2021

February 5, 2021

March 5, 2021

April 9, 2021

May 7, 2021

June 4, 2021​

June 25, 2021

September 10, 2021

October 1, 2021

November 5, 2021

Decembe​r 3, 2021

The Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists may meet in person at the offices of the Board of Public Affairs for one of the school boards listed below. The Board website states that it currently has seven members, but it has previously had more. Information about current vacancies is available on the Board’s website at www.bop.md.gov. Some schools have had vacancies for several years.

For information about any of these board’s meetings, call

(301) 689-2212. Call (301) 786-6782 or email liz.mcdonald@md.gov with any questions.