Apr 5, 2010
This episode is relevant to professionals.
In this episode, John Ludgate, PhD interviews Frank Dattilio, PhD about cognitive-behavioral therapy with couples and families. Some of the items they discuss include:
DR. DATITILIO BIOGRAPHY
FRANK M. DATTILIO, Ph.D., ABPP , maintains a dual faculty appointment in the
Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the University of Pennsylvania School
of Medicine. He is a licensed psychologist in the states of PA, NJ, NY and DE and is listed in the
National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
Dr. Dattilio is board certified in both clinical psychology and behavioral psychology through the
American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) and received a Certificate of Training in
Forensic Psychology through the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania
School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is also a founding fellow of the Academy of
Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Dattilio has been a visiting faculty member at several major universities
and medical schools throughout the world.
Dr. Dattilio is the recipient of numerous awards, including the award for Distinguished
Psychologist by the American Psychological Association's Division 29 and the award for
Distinguished Contributions to the Science and Profession of Psychology by the Pennsylvania
Psychological Association. He is also an inductee of the prestigious College of Physicians of
Philadelphia for his many contributions to medicine and science, and is the recipient of the 2005
AABT award for "Outstanding Contribution by an Individual for Clinical Activities." He was
recently selected to receive the 2007 Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology and
Humankind by the Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychology.
Dr. Dattilio has over 200 professional publications and 15 books in the areas of anxiety
disorders, forensic and clinical psychology, and marital and family discord. He has also
presented extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Africa, Europe, South America,
Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Cuba, and the West Indies on both cognitive-behavior therapy
and forensic issues. To date, his works have been translated into 25 languages.