Dr. Mirsalimi completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Georgia State University. He completed his internship at Harvard Medical School/McLean Hospital, followed by postdoctoral fellowships at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Hamid Mirsalimi is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at the Georgia School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. He teaches a variety of courses, including Psychodynamic Theory and Therapy, Group Therapy, Seminar in Psychotherapy, and Statistics and Research Methods. Dr. Mirsalimi has a part-time private practice where he provides treatment to individual adults, adolescents, couples, and families. Dr. Mirsalimi’s clinical and research interests include couples and family psychotherapy, depressive spectrum disorders, psychotherapeutic issues in chronic illness, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and psychotherapy integration. Dr. Mirsalimi has several peer-reviewed publications and has presented on topics such as psychotherapy with Iranian immigrants, parentification, and emotional support and depression in HIV-positive Gay men. Dr. Mirsalimi is a member of the American Psychological Association and a fellow of both the Georgia Psychological Association and Academy of Clinical Psychology. Dr. Mirsalimi is board certified in clinical psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He is the treasurer and southeast board member of the American Board of Clinical Psychology, the clinical division of the American Board of Professional Psychology.
Work experience: Board Certified in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology (2005-present); Private Practice (2000-present); Visiting Lecturer in Psychology, Georgia State University (2000-2001); Postdoctoral Fellowship in HIV/AIDS, Emory University School of Medicine (1999-2000); Postdoctoral Fellowship in University Mental Health, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Postdoctoral Fellowship in Managed Mental Health, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care/Harvard Medical School (1998-1999).