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Kay Hodges

Dr. Hodges is founder and research director at Functional Assessment Systems and is currently Professor of Psychology at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) and Director of the Level of Functioning Project at the Applied Research Unit at the Institute for the Study of Children, Family, and Communities at EMU. Before joining EMU in 1989, she was an Associate Professor in the Division of Medical Psychology at Duke University Medical Center. 

Previously at the University of Missouri Medical School, she directed the Mid-Missouri Psychology Internship Consortium and directed the child and adolescent outpatient unit at the Community Mental Health Center She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Maryland and completed her internship training at the Children's Hospital in Washington D.C. She received post-doctoral clinical training at Washington University School of Medicine and the Menninger Foundation.

Dr. Hodges is a diplomate in clinical psychology and a fellow of the American Psychological Association. Along with an active research program, Dr. Hodges is active in consultation and training.

 

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