Daniel S. Marr, Psy.D., P.A.
Licensed Psychologist

I earned my Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in Fresno, CA. I completed my internship in the Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, MB, Canada and went on to accumulate my Post-Doctoral supervision hours required for licensure as a Psychologist there as well. I also hold a Masters (MA) degree in Community/Clinical Psychology from the University of New Haven in West Haven, CT. I have been licensed as an independent practicing Clinical Psychologist since 2001.

As a clinician, I have worked in both medical and psychiatric settings (hospitals, inpatient, outpatient, clinics). I have worked with people of all ages (ranging from 4- to 92-years-old) as well as individuals from diverse cultural/ethnic, educational, socioeconomic, and experiential backgrounds. I have experience with people struggling with all sorts of issues, such as relationship difficulties, family problems, parenting, infertility and adoption, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, eating disorders, grief and bereavement, oppositional disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, brain injuries, dementia, sexual abuse and other trauma, personality disorders, drug/alcohol abuse and other addictions, and other challenges. In addition, I have extensive experience conducting psychological evaluations (cognitive, learning disabilities, mental retardation, gifted, differential diagnosis, personality, child custody, and competency).

Academically, I have enjoyed teaching courses to Psychiatric Residents at St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Centers/ New York Medical College in New York City and the Faculties of Medicine and Social Work at the University of Manitoba. I have also supervised Pre-Doctoral Psychology Interns and practicum students.

As a professional psychologist, I currently maintain full membership with the American Psychological Association. I regularly attend continuing education courses so that I may remain informed about current research, developments, and experiences in the field of Psychology and related professions.

My style is best characterized as compassionate, nonjudgmental, and caring. I believe that therapy is an effective treatment for a number of life’s difficulties and transitions. I believe in the potential of all individuals to grow, become fulfilled, and live satisfying lives. My goal is to provide you with the best care through empathy and skilled therapy. Finding the right therapist is critical to your success.

Current Employment:
Daniel S. Marr, Psy.D., P.A. – Private Practice
5300 W. Atlantic Avenue, Suite 408
Delray Beach, FL, 33484

Florida Licensed Psychologist PY # 7305
Postgraduate Education:
Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba (2000 – 2001)

Graduate Education:
Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba – Clinical Psychology Intern (1999-2000), Pre-Doctoral Psychology Internship Program (APA and CPA Accredited Clinical Psychology Internship Program)

California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University
-Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) (2000)
-Master of Arts (MA) (1998)
(APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Program)
Doctoral Dissertation: The Relationship Between Severity and Subtype of Depression and Problematic Eating Behavior in Males and Females (2000)

University of New Haven
Master of Arts (MA) in Community/Clinical Psychology (1996)
Thesis: Perceptual Defense and Depression

Undergraduate Education:
University of Winnipeg
Bachelors of Arts (Honors) in Psychology (1994)

Other Professional Experience and Clinical Training:
The Watershed Addiction Treatment Programs, Boynton Beach, FL – Clinical Psychologist (Jul 2006-December 2008)
St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Center/ St. Elizabeth Ann’s Health Care & Rehabilitation Center, Staten Island, NY – Director of Behavioral Services/Clinical Psychologist (2002-2006)
Burntwood Regional Health Authority, Thompson General Hospital, Thompson, MB –
Clinical Psychologist (2000-2002)
The Bridge, Merced, CA – Psychological Trainee (1999)
CSPP Psychological Service Center, Fresno, CA – Psychological Trainee (1997-1998)
Rotations: Assessment and Health and Wellness Treatment Services
Associated Center for Therapy, Fresno, CA – Psychological Trainee (1997)
Roger Sherman House, New Haven, CT – Psychological Trainee (1995)

Other Employment
Cornerstone, Inc., New Haven, CT – Counselor/Case Manager (1995-1996)

Teaching Experience:
St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center, Staten Island, NY – Adjunct Professor (2005 – 2006)
Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB (based in Thompson, MB) – Assistant Professor (2000-2002)

Professional Affiliations:
American Psychological Association (1993-Present)
Florida Psychological Association (2004-2010)
New York State Psychological Association (2001-Present)
California Psychological Association (1996-1999)
San Joaquin Psychological Association (1996-1999)

Presentations and Public Appearances:
-Assessment and Treatment of Postpartum Depression – University of Manitoba, Thompson, MB, Oct. 2001
-Special Ethical Considerations in Rural and Northern Communities – Canadian Psychological Association, Ste. Foy, PQ, Jun. 2001
-Anxious Children: Parenting Strategies and Treatment Approaches – University of Manitoba, Thompson, MB, May 2001
-An Overview of the Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders – University of Manitoba, Thompson, MB, Jan. 2001
-Perceptual Defense and Depression – Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, DC, Apr. 1997