Maggie Tipton, Psy.D. is the Clinical Supervisor of Trauma Services and the Unit Psychologist for Health Care Professionals Program. She is a licensed in the state of Pennsylvania and earned her Doctor of Clinical Psychology and Master’s of Arts in Psychology degrees from Marywood University in Scranton, PA. Her theoretical orientation is a combination of cognitive behavioral and interpersonal therapies. She came to Caron in 2007 for her pre-doctoral internship and was hired following completion to work with the Young Adult Female Program. In her time at Caron she has worked with adolescent and young adult females, as well as Primary Care men. Dr. Tipton joined the Healthcare Professionals Team in 2015. She has been treating co-occurring disorders for nine years. She is skillful in integrating psychology and 12-Step recovery, focusing on those aspects of mood, personality, and relationships interfering with an individual’s recovery process. She works in collaboration with a multidisciplinary treatment team. Dr. Tipton has training in Motivational Interviewing (MI), Clinical Supervision, and on the revised format of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI-2-RF). She has experience supervising predoctoral and postdoctoral psychology trainees. She is familiar with Stage I and II trauma treatment and provides Cognitive Processing therapy for trauma/PTSD. Dr. Tipton helped develop a Co-Occurring lecture and Depression Group. Dr. Tipton has provided training through the American Psychological Association (APA) and Pennsylvania Certification Board (PCB) on working with adolescents with Conduct and Adjustment Disorders.