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Loyola University Chicago

Institute of Pastoral Studies

Faculty & Staff

Michael Bland, Psy.D., D.Min.

Title/s: Adjnuct Faculty

E-mail: mjbland773@aol.com

Degrees

Psy.D Chicago School of Professional Psychology
D.Min. Clinical Pastoral Counseling Chicago Theological Seminary
M.Div. Catholic Theological Union
M.A. Clinical Psychology, Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Professional & Community Affiliations

Dr. Bland joined the IPS Faculty (Adjunct) in 2008. Michael is a clinical Professional counselor and an independent contractor at the Center for Psychological Services, which is a private group counseling practice. Michael works as a therapist, a professional consultant and a psychometrician. In his clinical work, he specializes in individual and couples therapy, as well as cognitive and mental health assessment of children, adolescents, and adults.

Michael has a wide-range of experience in providing direct clinical services to adolescents and adults with post traumatic stress, depression, anxiety, as well as individuals dealing with identity issues, life changes including vocational, employment, and relational issues, grief/loss, and geriatric issues in various clinical settings. Michael also has provided outreach to victims of sexual abuse including providing individual counseling and group therapy for victims and their families. Michael currently serves on boards at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Turning Point Behavioral Health Care, and The Center for Religion and Psychotherapy of Chicago.

Loyola

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