Daniel Long II, Ph.D.
B.S. in Psychology with focus in Biological Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University
M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, George Mason University
Internship: Carruth Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Services (CCPPS), West Virginia University
Licensed Psychologist in West Virginia
Orientation: Integrative, with an emphasis on motivational interviewing, psychodynamic, and cognitive approaches.
Interests: Training, individual counseling, neurofeedback and cognitive enhancement intervention, peak performance training, psychoeducational assessment, cognitive clinical research.
Bio: Dr. Long came to WVU in 2003 to complete his predoctoral internship and was subsequently hired the following year as a staff psychologist. In 2009, Dr. Long founded the MindFit Clinic, establishing WVU as one of the very first universities in the nation to offer a comprehensive program that employs both cognitive training and neurofeedback for the treatment of ADHD and other cognitive concerns. In addition, Dr. Long held a secondary appointment with WVU Athletics over the past few years and has had the opportunity to work with a variety of NCAA athletes, including NCAA championship teams and individual Olympic medalists. Finally, Dr. Long is active in conducting research in the area of ADHD assessment and treatment, and he currently serves as a consultant on a grant-funded study examining multisensory deficits in Autism Spectrum Disorder. His role as consultant was to facilitate the identification of those participants who also exhibit symptoms of ADHD.