Christine Giarmo, Ph.D., Psy.D.,HSP-P Licensed Psychologist
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology:
Argosy University, Washington, D.C.
Ph.D., Social Psychology:
Kansas State University
M.A., Developmental Psychology:
Loyola University of Chicago
B.A.: Georgetown University (Magna Cum Laude)
Dr. Giarmo completed her post-doctoral training at Dewitt Army Community Hospital, where she conducted individual, family, and group therapy as well as neuropsychological testing. She then served as Clinical Psychologist for the Regional Cancer Center of Moses Cone Health System. Nine years ago, Dr. Giarmo opened a solo practice in Asheboro which has expanded to include other providers. As founder of Asheboro Behavioral Medicine, she closely oversees each case that is seen in the clinic. Along with studying the brain and how it functions, she is versed in numerous therapeutic techniques. She applies scientifically based psychological principles to a broad array of problems.
Dr. Giarmo also works closely with attorneys regarding psychological evaluations as well as child custody, parenting and guardianship evaluations. She is an active member of the American Psychology Association, North Carolina Psychology Association, Law and Psychology Society, the Division of Clinical Neuropsychology of the American Psychology Association and a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. Dr. Giarmo has completed intensive training through the Center for Cooperative Parenting for the Parenting Coordinators which is under the jurisdiction of the North Carolina District Family Courts. The purpose of Parenting Coordinators is to assist divorced parents involved in contentious disputes that affect adversely their children to learn better ways of communicating and jointly supporting their children without resulting to frequent costly litigation.
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