Counseling & Educational Psychology
- Cross Cultural Psychology
- Longitudinal Outcomes for Psychologist with Prescriptive Authority
Dr. Casey McDougall is a prescribing psychologist in New Mexico and a licensed psychologist in Minnesota. He earned a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Dakota and Postdoctoral Masters in Clinical Psychopharmacology from Alliant International University. He completed his Pre-Doctoral Internship through the UNM Health Sciences Center; followed by his Post-Doctoral training with the Pueblo of Acoma. He is now the fulltime Training Director for the RXPP Program and Full Professor within the CEP Dept. Previously he worked for Indian Health Service as the Behavioral Health Director at the Red Lake Hospital (Red Lake Nation; Red Lake, MN). He is a Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom III and Direct Descendant of the White Earth (Nation) Band of Chippewa where his father is enrolled. He is a passionate Minnesota Vikings fan and is currently teaching himself how to play the guitar.
Behavioral Health Integration Initiative (BH2I); $500K integrated care program development (Indian Health Service)
Graduate Courses Taught
- CEP XXX- Clinical Psychopharmacology (Upcoming Fall 2018)
2013-Present: Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor; University of North Dakota, Psychology Dept.
2013-Present: National Register of Health Service Psychologists
2013-2016: APA Division 18: Psychologists in Public Health
2013-Present: APA Division 38: Health Psychology
2003-Present: APA Division 45: The Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and
Race; Executive Committee Program Chair (2011-2013); Native American Member-At
2016-Present: APA Division 55: American Society of the Advancement of Pharmacotherapy
1999-2007: United States Army National Guard; Combat Veteran