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Dr. Dyer Bilgrave

Professor
Psychology | School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Dyer Bilgrave
Contact
Office Hours
Mondays and Thursdays: 12:15-1:45
Office Location
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Education

Education in Psychology

  • PhD 2002.  University of Maryland, Baltimore County.  Human Services Psychology, Clinical Psychology Program.
  • MA 1996.  University of Maryland, Baltimore County.  Human Services Psychology, Clinical Psychology Program.
  • BA 1977.  Towson University, Baltimore, MD.  Psychology.  (Summa cum laude)

Education in Theater

  • MFA 1986.  Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.  Acting.
  • BA 1984.  Towson University, Baltimore, MD.  Theater.  (Summa cum laude)

Additional Education

  • MA 1983.  American International College, Springfield, MA.  Human Technology.  (with distinction)
  • MPS 1980.  The New York Theological Seminary. 
  • No Degree 1973. Pendle Hill Quaker Center, Wallingford, PA.  (A non-degree, 1-year course of study)

Professional Experience

  • 2003-present   Professor, Department of Psychology, Stevenson University, Stevenson, MD
  • 1998-2003       Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Stevenson University, Stevenson, MD
  • 1990-1998       Assistant Professor, Departments of Psychology and Theater, Stevenson University, Stevenson, MD
  • 1987-1990       Lecturer, Departments of Communication and Theater, Stevenson University, Stevenson, MD
  • 1987-1990       Lecturer, Department of Theater, Towson University, Baltimore, MD

Publications

Bilgrave, D. B., & Deluty, R. H. (2004). Stanislavski's acting method and control theory: Commonalities across time, place, and field. Social Behavior and Personality, 32, 329-340.

Bilgrave, D. P., & Deluty, R. H. (2002).  Religious beliefs and political ideologies as predictors of psychotherapeutic orientations of clinical and counseling psychologists.  Psychotherapy:  Theory/Research/Practice/Training, 39, 245-260. 

Foster, G. L., Hunter S. J., Bilgrave, D. P., & Anthony, B. J.  (2000). [Review of the book ADHD and the nature of self-control].  Clinical Psychology Review, 20, 140-141.

Bilgrave, D. P., & Deluty, R. H. (1998).  Religious beliefs and therapeutic orientations of clinical and counseling psychologists.  Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 37, 329-349.

Teaching

I teach clinically oriented courses, such as Basic Counseling Skills, Advanced Counseling Skills, and Counseling Theories.

Highlights

In addition to teaching, I see psychotherapy clients in my private practice.  I am certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples.

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