DR. MARK RICHARDSON, PSY.D.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Practicum-level supervised training, 2008-2011
Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology, Widener University Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, 2011
Pre-Doctoral Internship accredited by the American Psychological Association, 2011-2013
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Widener University Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, 2013
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology, 2013-2014
License No. and State
Authority to Practice Interjurisdictional Telepsychology (E. Passport) Mobility # 7042
Member, American Psychological Association, American Psychology-Law Society, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Society for Personality Assessment, International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis
Current teaching positions held in graduate clinical psychology and counseling at Immaculata University, Delaware Valley University, and the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia
Selected Presentations and Publications
Richardson, M., Timme, R., & Lesko, J. (2018). Recovering wholeness in systems of confinement. Panel discussion presented at the annual conference of the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis, Philadelphia, PA.
Richardson, M., Timme, R., & Munoz, P. (2016). Reaching the patient: Psychotherapy in segregation. Workshop given at the Mental Health Conference of the National Commission on Correctional Healthcare, Boston, MA.
Garfield, D., Jacker, L., Mirsky, J., & Richardson, M. (2016). Two reciprocal selfobject variants in systems of pathological accommodation: Illustrations from the movies Shine and Black Swan, International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 11, 1, 50-59.
Richardson, M. & Britz, B. (2015). Openings: Two people examine the tensions and potential in peer-professional partnerships. Presentation with Berta Britz, CPS, MSW, ACSW, at the 19th International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis International Congress, New York, NY.
Richardson, M. (2014). Response to Jody Messler Davies’ “Empathy, impasse, complementarity and therapeutic change: Adventures on the dark side of psychoanalysis.” Invited discussant at The 21st Annual Dr. Irving Schulman Symposium Fall Program at Widener University’s Institute of Graduate Clinical Psychology. Chester, PA.
Richardson, M. (2013). Bellevue: Inside/Out. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 63, 2, 311-316.
Richardson, M. (2013). Disorder or order of its own: Analysis and interpretation of incoherent psychotic speech. Poster presentation of dissertation research at annual Graduate Student Research Symposium, Widener University, Chester, PA.