Dr. Robert Barrett, PhD, is the Chair of the Clinical Psychology Programs at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington DC.. Dr. Barrett received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, California. Dr. Barrett also holds a Master of Arts degree in Theology and Liturgical Studies from The Catholic University of America. Dr. Barrett has held teaching positions at several colleges and was Dean of Students at St. Mary's College and University in Baltimore Maryland. Dr. Barrett has been licensed for over twenty-three years and has worked in a variety of clinical settings including the University of California Counseling and Psychological Services Program, the San Diego Police Department Psychology Program, and the Center for Social Services in San Diego. Dr. Barrett has been involved in providing psychological services to Cancer and HIV patients for the last fifteen years. Most recently, Dr. Barrett was Clinical Director and then Executive Director of the Livingston Foundation Medical Center in San Diego. In this capacity Dr. Barrett provided direct services to Cancer patients and their families as well as developed new programs in psychoneuroimmunology. While at Livingston, Dr. Barrett was also involved in various research projects and has published in the field of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Dr. Barrett has also been a Senior Consultant for Human Solutions, Inc in various consulting projects with the FAA. Dr. Barrett served six years on the Board of Directors of the Center for Social Services, San Diego, CA. He served two years as chair. Dr. Barrett is also a past president of the District of Columbia Psychological Association.