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Dr. Rory Fleming Richardson

Dr. Rory Fleming Richardson
Board Certified Medical Psychologist

Biography :

Dr. Richardson is a Board-Certified Medical Psychologist who is registered as a Clinical, Counselling and Health Psychologist Practitioner in the UK, licensed in Oregon (USA), a vetted eating disorders specialist, and an experienced Neuropsychologist who has worked with children, adolescents and adults. He has been in the field since 1975 when he obtained his certification as a Trainer/Educator/Practitioner by the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry, and Group Psychotherapy (ABEPSGP). He began treating Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Dissociative Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, bipolarity, and other conditions in 1975. He was the neuropsychologist for the HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorder Study through the Clinical Research Centre, Malaysia Ministry of Health, located in Penang, and provided psychological and neuropsychological services in Lincoln City, Oregon for several years. Dr. Richardson has completed extensive post-doctoral training, and is Board-Certified in both Advanced Psychopharmacology and Medical Psychology. He has authored various articles over the last thirty years in eating disorders, addictions, psychiatric conditions, neurobiology, and clinical practice. He is currently at Greater Ozarks Rural Psychologists LLC in Mansfield, Missouri as a psychologist, a clinical consultant/speaker, and a writer internationally.

Research Interest :

Dr. Richardson’ research interest are diverse focusing on complex clinical cases posing significant challenge to patients and clinicians such as: • integration of natural and pharmacological treatment for psychiatric conditions, • the biological and functional impact of visual processing disorders, • neurobiological and psychological aspects of environmental toxins on function and possible treatment options, • eating disorders, • refinement of diagnostic detective work and pattern recognition, • how to minimize negative aspects of psychiatric conditions while utilizing positive aspect of these conditions, • neurobiological fingerprints of psychiatric conditions, • impact of politics on medical and psychiatric care (and provider preparation),