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ISSN: 2471-271X

Journal of Mental Disorders and Treatment
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Matthew Mychailyszyn

Matthew Mychailyszyn Matthew Mychailyszyn
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Towson University
Baltimore
USA
Biography

Dr. Mychailyszyn received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Loyola University Maryland and earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Temple University. He has completed research training at Johns Hopkins Medical Institution and clinical training at Kennedy Krieger Institute and Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. He is currently a licensed psychologist who is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Towson University and conducts his clinical work at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital where he specializes in treatment for pediatric feeding issues as well as cognitive behavioral therapy and parent training to address anxiety and disruptive behavior in youth.

Research Interest

Meta-Analysis
Internalizing Disorders in Youth
Youth feeding/eating

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Publications

Remembering and Emphasizing the Distinction between Prevention and Treatment
Matthew Mychailyszyn
Perspective Article: J Ment Disord Treat 2016, 2:130
DOI: 10.4172/2471-271X.1000130
 
Conceptualizing Pediatric Feeding Disorder from an Anxiety Disorders Perspective
Matthew Mychailyszyn
Opinion Article: J Ment Disord Treat 2016, 2:123
DOI: 10.4172/2471-271X.1000123
 
Introduction of a New, Contemporary, and Developmentally Flexible Mindfulness Metaphor
Matthew Mychailyszyn
Research Article: J Ment Disord Treat 2016, 2:117
DOI: 10.4172/2471-271X.1000117
 
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