Joseph McNamara, PhD
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Division of Medical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry
Dr. McNamara conducts daily, biweekly, and weekly outpatient cognitive behavioral therapy for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, and other anxiety related disorders. He treats both children and adults, and has received additional training in exposure-response therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. He has also received advanced training in the treatment of insomnia. His research interests are concerned with the development of executive functioning, the role sleep plays in executive functioning, and the impact of executive function and sleep on adherence to psychological recommendations and medical regimen adherence.