Dr. Douglas Moll has acquired a full-range of clinical expertise having provided cognitive-behavioral therapy in individual, group, and family settings. He has worked extensively with children and adolescents grappling with mental health, substance abuse, and criminality issues, and served as liaison to a wide variety of mental health, social service, and rehabilitation agencies.
He has also served in a supervisory capacity, providing training and consultation to treatment teams, mental health specialists as well as doctoral and post-doctoral psychology interns. Dr. Moll spearheaded several programs and activities designed to facilitate improvements in physical, behavioral, and emotional functioning.
His work includes conducting diagnostic assessments, psychological evaluations, mental status examinations, writing psychosocial histories and treatment plans.
Psychologist; Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident at Talbert House (CenterPoint/Center for Children & Families), Cincinnati, Ohio
Outpatient and Residential Treatment Therapist at Talbert House, Cincinnati, Ohio
Coordinator of Summer Social Skills Treatment Programs, Talbert House, Cincinnati, Ohio
Youth Psychological Assessment Center Coordinator and Clinical Supervisor at Talbert House, Cincinnati, Ohio
Training Coordinator, Faculty Member, Clinical Supervisor for a Doctoral Psychology Internship Program at Talbert House, Cincinnati, Ohio
Psychology Extern at Summit Behavioral Healthcare (Forensic State Hospital), Cincinnati, Ohio
Psychology Assistant (Practicum placements) at St. Joseph Orphanage, Cincinnati, Ohio
Psychology Assistant (Practicum placement) at Elizabeth Behavioral Health Center, Edgewood, Kentucky
Foster Care and Protective Services Caseworker at Hamilton County Department of Human Services, Children’s Services
Case Manager at Mental Health Services West, Cincinnati, Ohio
Assistant Director of summer day camps serving learning disabled, emotionally disturbed, developmentally handicapped, and autistic children at Cincinnati Recreation Commission, Division of Therapeutic Recreation
Reporter, Editorial Columnist, and Editorial Page Editor for Xavier News/Xavier Newswire at Xavier University
Research and Teaching Assistant at Xavier University, Department of Psychology
Teaching Assistant at Ohio University, Department of Psychology
License and Certification
American Psychological Association
Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
Past Member, Mensa
Awards and Honors
Cincinnati Psychological Association Graduate Student Research Award for Outstanding Thesis (Master’s Degree Thesis)
Undergraduate Trustee Scholarship (4 years)
Alpha Sigma Nu (National Jesuit Honor Society)
Psi Chi (National Psychology Honor Society)
National Dean’s List (3 years)
Undergraduate: cum laude honors, University Scholars Program graduate
Qualified for and currently a Member, Mensa
Thesis Developing Standards for Psychological/Psychiatric Forensic Reports: A Survey of Ohio Judges
Dissertation Defining the Content of the Competent Forensic Report: Opinions of Ohio Psychologists Compared with
Ohio Judges (August, 2004).
Publication (Peer Reviewed) Hellkamp, D. T., Imm, P., & Moll, D. (1989). Mandatory continuing education (MCE):
Desirable or undesirable? A survey of executive officers of state psychological associations. Journal of
Training and Practice in Professional Psychology, 3 (2), 33-46.
Presentations Professional Presentations:
Moll, D. D. Numerous Didactic Trainings and Presentations within Talbert House Doctoral Psychology Internship Program. Topics included: Mindfulness, Client and Family Engagement, Group Therapy, High-Risk Clients, Assessment.
Moll, D. D. Oppositional and Antisocial Behavior in Children and Adolescents: Understanding Diagnoses and Treatment. Inservice training for foster parents at Hamilton Center Child and Adolescent Services.
Moll, D. D. A Case Example of Risk Assessment Using the HCR-20. Presentation to Summit Behavioral Healthcare Psychology Department.
Moll, D. D. Developing Standards for Psychological/Psychiatric Forensic Reports: A Survey of Ohio Judges. Presentation to Summit Behavioral Healthcare Psychology Department.
Moll, D. D. Developing Standards for Psychological/Psychiatric Forensic Reports: A Survey of Ohio Judges. Poster presented at Cincinnati Psychological Association Spring Meeting.
Moll, D. D. Understanding the Spectrum of the Antisocial Behavior Disorders. Inservice presentation to treatment staff, Mercy Franciscan Behavioral Health Services, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Moll, D. D. The Use of Cognitive Therapy Techniques in Inpatient Treatment. Inservice presentation to treatment staff, Mercy Franciscan Behavioral Health Services, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Relevant Graduate Studies Research Papers Written with Presentations:
Neuropsychological Correlates of Psychopathy
Psychopathy: Clinical Description, Diagnosis, and Research
Neuropsychological Deficits in Children of Alcoholics
Psychotic Disorders in Children
Relaxation Treatments for Children
Psychosocial Treatment of Psychotic Symptoms
Behavioral Treatment of Headache
Asperger’s Disorder and Autism
Nonverbal Learning Disability
Doctor of Psychology, Clinical Psychology (APA-Accredited), Specialization in Child Clinical
Psychology from Xavier University, Department of Psychology, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Xavier University, Department of Psychology, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Bachelor of Science – University Scholar, Psychology, Xavier University, Department of Psychology, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Graduate coursework in psychology from Ohio University, Athens, Ohio.
Honors Diploma, top 10% of class, St. Xavier High School, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Pre-Doctoral Internship (APA-Accredited), Hamilton Center, Inc., Child and Adolescent Services, Terre Haute, Indiana.