Dr. Doug McPhee, Ph.D., LMFT
Dr. McPhee completed his PhD in marriage and family therapy at Texas Tech University. He earned his bachelor's degree in psychology and master’s degree in marriage and family therapy at Utah State University. Dr. McPhee has worked in a variety of clinical settings and contexts, including several primary care clinics and general hospitals where he collaborated with physicians and other medical providers to offer patients holistic, integrated healthcare. Dr. McPhee is particularly fond of therapy with couples and families.
Dr. McPhee’s developing program of research is focused on improving healthcare for individuals, couples, and families—particularly for those who are marginalized and underserved. He has studied numerous chronic diseases (e.g., cluster headache, chronic migraine, bleeding disorders) within a biopsychosocial-spiritual framework. He is especially interested in bi-directional links between family process and disease. Dr. McPhee is published in multiple peer-reviewed academic journals and frequently presents his research or offers clinical trainings at national and state conferences.