My name is Dr. Douglas Park. I have been a fully Licensed Psychologist in the state of Michigan for the past 10 years. I attended the University of Detroit Mercy and obtained both my Ph.D. (2001) and my Master’s Degree (1997) in Clinical Psychology. Since obtaining my Master’s Degree, I have worked as an independent practitioner and my clinical work has involved the practice of outpatient psychotherapy, as well as administering psychological evaluations in a variety of domains such as academic/ADHD evaluations, court ordered evaluations, and evaluations involving custody and parenting time issues.
I have extensive experience as a Clinical and Forensic Psychologist in diverse settings including outpatient, inpatient, emergency room, and residential treatment facilities. I have been in private practice in Dearborn, MI for the past 10 years conducting both psychotherapy and psychological Evaluations. I also have a second office in Brighton, MI.
As a Clinical Psychologist practicing psychotherapy, my work with children, adolescents, and adults involves helping individuals and families address a wide variety of difficulties including anxiety, depression, ADHD, and anger. My goal is to help people to resolve these issues when they have interfered with their life, relationships, work, and when they experience difficulty feeling good about themselves. I accept private pay and a variety of insurances including Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Blue Care Network, Magellan, Aetna, Cofinity, and Medicare. For further information about how I help people click on the link in the upper left of this page.
As a Clinical Psychologist who also practices as a Forensic Psychologist, I conduct Psychological Evaluations that inform the Court, attorneys and their clients. I provide expert witness testimony, and complete work product evaluations. In addition to having conducting several hundred Forensic Psychological Evaluations during a period spanning over 8 years, I have had extensive experience in testifying on issues relative to Custody, Parenting Time, Suspected Abuse or Neglect, Termination of Parental Rights, and Parenting Capacities. For more information about what my work as a Forensic Psychologist entails please click on the link in the upper left.
If you want to talk with me or have questions, you can either call me at (313) 565-5937 or click here.