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Douglas Craig Murphy

Douglas Craig Murphy, American psychotherapist. Certified National Academy Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselors, Maryland. Member Interagy. Committee on Abuse and Neglect, Towson, Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee, Baltimore.

Background

  • Murphy, Douglas Craig was born on January 20, 1943 in Baltimore. Son of Eugene Henry Murphy and Mildred Lee (Amoss) Miller.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Antioch University, Baltimore, 1973. Master of Arts, Antioch University, Baltimore, 1975. Postgraduate, Georgetown University, 1981.

    Career

    • Chief counselor Baltimore City Hospital, 1972—1974. Instructor University Maryland Medical School, Baltimore, 1975—1977. Administrator Families and Children's Service, 1974—1977.

      Private practice, since 1977. Clinical director family Crisis Center, since 1979. Clinical intern Georgetown University, Washington, 1982—1984, clinical staff, since 1984.

      Faculty Essex Community College, Baltimore, since 1993, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, 1994. Trainer Brotherhood of Man, Towson, Maryland, 1978—1979. Consultant Bolton Hill Counseling Center, Baltimore, 1979.

      Clinical supervisor Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1980—1984.

    Major achievements

    • Certified National Academy Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselors, Maryland.

    Works

    • Member, editorial board & book review editor Family Systems: A Journal of Natural Systems Thinking in Psychiatry and the Sciences.

    Membership

    Member Interagy. Committee on Abuse and Neglect, Towson, Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee, Baltimore.

    Connections

    • Married Nancy Katherine Assero, March 10, 1978. 1 child Meghan Aubra.
    • father: Eugene Henry Murphy Miller
    • mother: Mildred Lee (Amoss) Miller
    • spouse: Nancy Katherine Assero
    • child: Meghan Aubra Murphy
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    Born January 20, 1943
    (age 74)
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