J. Todd George

Welcome to my webpage, and thanks for the visit! 

I grew up Upstate South Carolina and love visiting the mountains where I attended Brevard College. I also enjoy photography, backpacking, rock climbing, sea kayaking, and a number of other outdoor activities.

    After graduating from Brevard College in 2004, I spent time backpacking throughout Europe, traveling out West, and exploring British Columbia. I enjoy capturing the environment through photography and sharing it with others.

    After a break from my studies, I enrolled at Clemson University in the Counselor Education graduate program in January 2005. Upon completion of a Masters of Education with a concentration in Community Counseling, I took another short break to travel. My travels after graduate school at Clemson brought me to the West Coast and into Northern Africa where I provided humanitarian aid in the rural villages of Morocco.

    After settling back into the southern lifestyle of South Carolina, I began the application process to pursue a doctorate in clinical psychology. The application process allowed me the chance to travel into the Northeast and Midwest for interviews, providing the opportunity to further develop my photography portfolio.

    Once interviews were complete, I enrolled in the clinical psychology doctoral program at the University of Indianapolis in 2007. My clinical interests include: child and adolescent psychotherapy, assessment, Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare, and outcome research. In terms of diagnostic interests, I have focused my clinical training on child and adolescent populations with Oppositions Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Developmental Delays, Learning Disabilities, Substance Dependence, and other externalizing disorders.  In 2011, I completed my residency through Astor Services for Children and Families located in Rhinebeck, New York and graduated with a Doctorate of Psychology.

In the fall of 2011, I moved to Atlanta, Georgia to complete my post-doctoral fellowship at Atlanta Psychological Services. After successful completion of my fellowship, I obtained licensure in the state of Georgia as a clinical psychologist in 2013.  Currently, I am an associate and psychologist at Atlanta Psychological Services where I specializes in psychological evaluations and individual therapy for children and adolescents.

    For more detailed information about my interest in clinical psychology explore the Clinical Psychology link at the top of this page. (Includes research interests, curriculum vitae, and professional affiliations)