Phillip G.

  • Joined October 2016

I am a clinical psychologist, seminarian, and creative writer eager to write about mental health and religious issues.

  • Clarksville, TN, United States
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Phillip G.
Clarksville, TN, United States

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Since beginning work as a licensed clinical psychologist in 2009, I've been privileged to provide therapy, assessment, and consultation services to chaplains and military personnel. Having a PhD in Clinical Psychology and an MA in Theology helps.

Work history

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital
Clinic Director, Aeromedical Psychologist
Prepared brief psychological assessment reports for a variety of specialty evaluations. Conducted individual/group therapy to active duty service members. Managed twenty staff from multiple work sites.
4th Brigade, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)
Brigade Behavioral Health Officer
Advised Brigade command and staff regarding mental health issues. Provided therapy, unit command consultation, and psycho-educational training on military-specific topics. Coordinated care with Unit Ministry Teams and chaplains.


Perfection Begins When It Hurts

Originally published in Angst Magazine, the album review covers Stavesacre's CD release of "How To Live With A Curse" and interviews the band members. Work sample available upon request.

St. Bloggistine: The Bishop of Hippo Bares All

This theological reflection critiques the isolative, confessional impulses of Westernized blogging culture contrasts them with the more communal, meditative impulses of Jewish tradition. Work sample available upon request.



Fuller Theological Seminary
PhD, Clinical Psychology; MA in Theology
Georgia State University
BA in Psychology; BA in Religious Studies
Georgia Institute of Technology
History of Technology and Society



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Not seeking work


  • Available during business hours, evenings, and weekends


  • Can work 20hrs per week
  • Can commit to <1 month


Industries I love

Health & Wellness Science Other

What I read

These days I'm into theology dictionaries/commentaries, scholarly/scientific journals (especially related to the field of clinical psychology), fiction, and religious self-help books. I appreciate graphic novels as well, though I'm not a devoted fan-boy.

Side projects

I have also completed a dissertation on the "Assessment of Attention in a Virtual Environment: A Virtual Addition Task" and a masters thesis on "Religious Coping and Difference In Religious Tradition".

Ideal team

Small, interpersonally savvy teams work best for me. Since I'm somewhat new to freelance writing, I prefer leaders with affiliative, coaching styles. However, I'm also comfortable with a moderately authoritative leader, given my military background.