Title: Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, UCSF School of Medicine; Staff Clinical Psychologist, San Francisco VA Medical Center, Division of Geropsychiatry
BA, 1998, Psychology, University of Minnesota; MA, 2003, Clinical Psychology, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology; PsyD, 2007, Clinical Psychology, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology
2006-2007 - Internship, Psychology, Miami VA Healthcare System; 2007-2008 - Postdoctoral Fellowship, Clinical Psychology, Boston VA Healthcare System
Dr. Jeremy Doughan is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry for UCSF School of Medicine and staff psychologist in the Division of Geropsychiatry for the Department of Veterans Affairs San Francisco Medical Center. At the VA Medical Center, Dr. Doughan currently serves as geriatric psychologist for several services within the hospital: geropsychiatry mood assessment clinic, home based primary care and geriatric medical practice clinic.
Dr. Doughan received his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Minnesota. He subsequently received his master's and doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology. During his graduate tenure, he completed a neuropsychology practicum at Hennepin County Medical Center and an advanced practicum in geropsychology at the Minneapolis VA Healthcare System. In addition, he worked as a clinical research assistant for the University of Minnesota, Department of Psychiatry, on several R01 grants investigating cocaine addiction. Dr. Doughan completed his pre-doctoral clinical psychology internship at the Miami VA Healthcare System, where he completed rotations in Geropsychology and Neuropsychology. After internship, Dr. Doughan trained in the Clinical Psychology postdoctoral fellowship at the Boston VA Healthcare System, specializing in Geropsychology. Dr. Doughan held academic appointments as a Teaching Fellow in Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine, as well as Clinical Fellow in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Additionally, Dr. Doughan served as the San Francisco VAMC Geropsychology postdoctoral fellowship director.
Currently he holds academic appointments as an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the University of San Francisco, and affiliate faculty in the School of Nursing and Health Professions at the University of San Francisco.
Threlfall, A., Arean, P., Oslin, D., & Doughan, J. (2014, March). Psychotherapy in Late Life: Geriatric Anxiety. Symposium presentation for annual meeting of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP): Orlando, FL.
Partovi, D., & Doughan, J. (2014, February). Competency Based Training Protocol for Graduate Students in Assessment of Neuropsychological Functioning in Geriatric Veterans. Poster presentation for Association for Gerontology in Higher Education's (AGHE) 40th annual meeting and Educational Leadership Conference: Denver, CO.
Ferster, D., Drucker, M., & Doughan, J. (2014, February). Mental Health Interprofessional Geriatrics Training in a VA Medical Center: Collaborative Model for Behavioral and Social Science Disciplines. Poster presentation for Association for Gerontology in Higher Education's (AGHE) 40th annual meeting and Educational Leadership Conference: Denver, CO.
Threlfall, A., Arean, P., Gallagher-Thompson, D., Satre, D. & Doughan, J. (2013, May). Psychotherapy in Late Life: Geriatric Anxiety. Symposium presentation for 166th annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association: San Francisco, CA.
Doughan, J., & Stripling, A.M. (2013, March). Building and Launching a Successful Clinical Geropsychology Training Program: Lessons Learned from the Nascent Year. Poster presentation for Association for Gerontology in Higher Education's (AGHE) 39th annual meeting and Educational Leadership Conference: St. Petersburg, FL.
Stripling, A.M., & Doughan, J. (2012, November). The Healthy Aging Group: A method for reducing ageism and promoting successful aging in later life. Poster presentation to the 65th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America: San Diego, CA.
Doughan, J. (2012, November). Applied Practice of Clinical Geropsychology. Clinical Psychology Fellowship Curriculum Lecture. University of California, San Francisco: San Francisco, CA.
Doughan, J. (2012, June). Aging and Sexual Health. Human Sexuality Conference. Department of Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Healthcare System: Palo Alto, CA.
Doughan, J. (2012, April). Careers in Aging. Department of Psychology; Interdisciplinary Committee on Aging. University of San Francisco: San Francisco, CA.
Hsu, A., Sudore, R., Doughan, J., & Williams, B. (2010, May). When Caring Costs More. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the American Geriatrics Society: Orlando, FL.
Karel, M., Emery, E., Molinari, V., & CoPGTP Task Force (2010). Development of a tool to evaluate geropsychology knowledge and skill competencies. International Psychogeriatrics. Sep; 22(6):886-96.
Moye, J., Archambault, E., Schuster, J., Karel, M.J., Trevino, K., Salib, B., Doughan, J., & Billings, R.L. (2009, July). Meeting Veterans Needs After Cancer Treatment. With the Stress, Health, and Aging Research Program (SHARP). Abstract presentation for 3rd Annual VA Mental Health Conference: Washington, DC.
Karel, M., Biermann, J., Doughan, J., Emery, E., Molinari, V., Stoner, S., Tazeau, Y., Whitbourne, S., Yang, J., & Zweig, R. (2009, April). CoPGTP Task Force on Geropsychology Competency Assessment. Symposium presentation for the APPIC Conference: Portland, OR.
Karel, M., Northrop, L., Tazeau, Y., Whitbourne, S., Yang, J., Biermann, J., Doughan, J., Stoner, S., Emery, E., & Zweig, R. (2008, August). Competencies for Professional Geropsychology Practice: Strategies for Definition and Assessment. Symposium presentation for the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association: Boston, MA.
Dr. Doughan's interests include geriatric-neuropsychological evaluations, personality assessments of older adults, interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) with older adults, psychodynamic psychotherapy, academic teaching and clinical supervision of trainees.
Campus Location: VAMC
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