Dr. Richard Temple, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist


 
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I have over 18 years of experience providing brief and long term therapy for adults working on a broad range of concerns. My main focus is to collaboratively help you to clarify and achieve your goals. During our work together, we will regularly assess your progress towards your goals and clearly discuss any goal modifications needed.

I have a broad range of training and experience with different approaches to therapy that have been proven to be effective in helping people change.  My primary concern is that you understand what we are doing and are able to apply the things we talk about in your daily life to make the changes you want.


Education:

The Ohio State University
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Major: Counseling Psychology

The Ohio State University
Degree: Master of Arts (M.A.)
Major: Counseling Psychology


University of South Florida

Degree: Bachelor of Arts
Major: Psychology

Veteran, United States Air Force

Licensure:

 State of Florida Licensed Psychologist:
License # PY5782 - Verify Richard Temple's License

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Clinical Experience:

Private Practice
Licensed Psychologist

University of South Florida, Counseling Center- 1997-2014
Staff Psychologist and Supervisor

Duke University, Counseling and Psychological Center
Pre-Doctoral Psychology Intern

The Ohio State University, Psychological Services Center
Practicum Supervisor

Publications:

Pinkerton, R. & Temple, R.D. (2000). Mental Health Consultation and Psychology Internship 
   Training. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 31(3), 315-320.

Meir, E. I., Rubin, A., Temple, R. D., & Osipow, S. H. (1997). Examination of interest inventories
    based on Roe's classification. Career Development Quarterly, 46(1), 48-61.

Osipow, S. H. & Temple, R. D. (1996). Development and use of the task-specific occupational self-
   efficacy scale. Journal of Career Assessment, 4, 445-456.

Osipow, S. H., Temple, R. D., & Rooney, R. A. (1994). The short form of the task-specific occupational
    self-efficacy scale. Journal of Career Assessment, 1, 13-20.

Temple, R. D. & Osipow, S. H. (1994). The relationship between task-specific self-efficacy,
    egalitarianism, and career indecision for females. Journal of Career Assessment, 2, 82-90.




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