Bruce K. McCormick, Ph.D., ABMP

Dr. McCormick received  Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees in psychology from the University of Louisiana at Monroe (Formerly NLU); a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from St. Mary’s University, and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in psychology from Tulane University.  His medical psychology training was from the California School of Professional Psychology where he earned a post-doctoral Master of Science degree in clinical psychopharmacology.

Following a 4-year term of service in the U. S. Army, where he earned the rank of Captain in the Medical Service Corps, Dr. McCormick has worked and taught continuously in mental health settings for over 40 years.  He has been a psychologist in state hospitals and school systems throughout Louisiana.  Just prior to entering private practice in 1993, he was the psychologist at the Children’s Center at the Shreveport campus of LSU Medical Center.  He has taught classes and supervised graduate psychology students for the University of Louisiana at Monroe, LSU-S, Centenary College, Louisiana Tech University and Stephen F. Austin University, and is currently a gratis faculty member of the Psychiatry Department at Ochsner/LSU Medical Center.  With a strong academic background, he has conducted research in mental health issues and written textbook chapters addressing the use of medication in mental health.

Dr. McCormick’s areas of special interest include:

  • Adults, adolescents, and children with depression and anxiety
  • ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and other developmental conditions
  • School Learning and Conduct Concerns
  • Marriage and Family Relationships and Parenting
  • Needs of Military Service members and their Families
  • Service to Law Enforcement, other First Responders, and their Families