Personal HistoryDr. McCamant received his Masters Degree in General Psychology from the New School for Social Research in New York City, New York in 1986, and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, California in 1993. He has worked in forensics and corrections for the past fourteen years, first in Delaware and then in Maryland, and has made many presentations on the risk assessment and treatment of sex offenders and violent offenders. Currently, he is the program Coordinator for the Special Offenders Clinic, University of Maryland Department of Psychiatry's Sex Offender Treatment Clinic and the Director of Research and Program Development at Patuxent Institution, Maryland's psychotherapy-oriented maximum security prison. He also has a part-time private practice doing custody evaluations and other Family Court-related work in Cecil County, Maryland, where he lives.
Clinical Speciality1 - Sex Offender Treatment
2 - Correctional and Forensic group and individual psychotherapy
3 - Risk assessment
Genocidal childhood in the Ghetto? (2002). Clio's Psyche. Vol. 9, #1.
In the penal colony: sadomasochistic dynamics inside and outside the prison walls. (2002). Clio's Psyche. Vol. 8, #3.
Narcissism and psychopathy: concurrent validity of the PCL-R, the Rorschach, and the MCMI. (1997). With Henry Richards, Ph.D. Issues in Criminological and Legal Psychology. Vol. 24.
Quality of relationship with father, severity of judgment, and ego development in men. (1995) Doctoral Dissertation, California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, CA. (University Microfilms No. 9327803)
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