Dr. Burlingame completed his doctoral work in Counseling Psychology at the University of Utah and is a professor in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Brigham Young University. His scholarly work is focused in two areas: factors that lead to effective small group treatments in the treatment of mental and medical illness and measurement. He has contributed over 60 books, technical manuals and chapters along with nearly 140 peer reviewed articles on these two topics and has received a number career awards including national (American Psychological Association; American Group Psychotherapy Association) and international (German College of Psychosomatic Medicine) recognizing the impact of this work. He is a fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association and the American Psychological Association (APA) where he served as President of the Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy (2009-2011).
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