Tandy McClung, Ed. D.
B.A. in Psychology, Montclair State University
M.A. in Counseling, West Virginia University
Ed.D in Counseling Psychology, West Virginia University
Internship: The Kennedy Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Licensed Psychologist in West Virginia and Florida
Orientation: Integrative with an emphasis on CBT
Interests: Training, supervision, individual and group therapy, trauma recovery, evidence based treatments, multicultural diversity and first generation students.
I am originally from New York and New Jersey, but have lived and worked in West Virginia for several years. My husband, Gordon and I currently live in Morgantown and raised our daughter, Kerry, here. I was an assistant professor and staff psychologist in the Department of Behavioral Medicine at WVU for seventeen years with my primary responsibilities as a child and adolescent psychologist prior to joining the staff at the Carruth Center in 2007. My primary clinical responsibilities are providing individual and group therapy. I have additional training in the area of trauma recovery as well as the effects of childhood trauma on current functioning. I practice from an integrative approach with an emphasis on CBT. I value an evidenced based approach to treatment and have considerable experience and training in Prolonged Exposure.
A true passion for me is training and supervision and I have had the great good fortune to supervise predoctoral interns and graduate students for 27 years learning as much from them as I hope they learn from me. Currently I am the Doctoral Practicum Coordinator as well as co-leader of our Supervision of Supervision seminar for the past four years. When I am not at work, you can find me kayaking on the beautiful rivers in WV, cheering on my favorite sports teams and traveling the country visiting family and friends.