Donald A. Cadogan, Ph.D.
Don has been working in the field of psychology and
providing psychotherapy since 1970. He
has been in private practice in
He is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. He has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Psychology (both with honors) at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and two Ph.D.s, one in Clinical Psychology from Cambridge Graduate School in Psychology and one in Human Relations from Indiana Northern University. He is also a Fellow in the Prescribing Psychologists Register, which requires extended training in Psychopharmacology
He is or has been a member of the American Psychological Association, the California Psychological Association, the San Gabriel Valley Psychological Association, the Los Angeles Psychological Association, the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, and the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Don has also been an Instructor in Psychology at
Don has also been on the staff of several hospitals in
When time permits Don enjoys doing research and writing articles in psychology. He has the following research and publications to his credit:
“Development of Creativity Through Hypnosis.” – Graduate school research.
Anxiolitic drug research (Xanax) – Upjohn Pharmaceuticals.
“Marital Group Therapy in the Treatment of Alcoholism.” - Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol.
“Marital Group Therapy in Alcoholism.” – Edited book: Family Therapy of Drug and Alcohol Abuse.
“A Couple in Mixed Marital Group Therapy.” - Edited book: Power to Change.
“Questions to Ask Yourself Before Marriage.” - Marriage and Family Living Magazine.
“Marital Group Therapy.” – Behavioral Science Tape Library.
“Psychological Ideas to Improve Your Health.” – Shape Magazine.
“Can You Resist Temptation?” – Shape magazine.
“What Kind of Parent Will You Be?” – Modern Brides Magazine.
“A Time to Sleep.” – Psychotherapy Association Newsletter.
“The Way We Are.” – Newspaper column Series.
“Little No Name” - Hypnotic fairy tale
Articles in psychology. – International syndication. Also posted on this web site.
If you would like to contact Don directly, please call: 626/303-8861