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Richard L. Luscomb, Ph.D., MSCP

Dr. Richard L. Luscomb, Ph.D., MSCP - Dr. Luscomb received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Virginia and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. His internship was at the UT Center for the Health Sciences. Dr. Luscomb is a Child and Pediatric Psychologist. His specialization consists of Child, Pediatric, and Adolescent Psychology, as well as Adult Psychology. Dr. Luscomb recently completed a Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology through Fairleigh Dickinson University [2/2018].

 

Dr. Luscomb works with child developmental issues, learning disabilities, AD/HD, and special needs assessments as well as addictive diseases, family and couple's therapy, adult psychotherapy, group therapy, psychological evaluations and consultation. He provides numerous talks and workshops on a regular basis both within and outside the community as well as serving on various community organizations. Dr. Luscomb is both a founding partner and the Managing Partner of Germantown Psychological Associates, PC. Dr. Luscomb has published in various professional journals and he has presented  

papers at state, regional, and international conferences. Dr. Luscomb is listed in the National Register of Health Services Providers in Psychology, is a Fellow and Diplomate of the American Board of Medical Psychotherapists, a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management, and is a Board Certified, Diplomate-Fellow in Advanced Child and Adolescent Psychology. 

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Past positions include Division Psychologist [US ARMY] - Frankfurt, Germany; Chief Psychologist [US ARMY] - Berlin, Germany; President, Professional Staff Parkwood Hospital; and Clinical Director of an inpatient adolescent and child program. He maintains memberships with numerous organizations, including the Society of Pediatric Psychology and the American Psychological Association.