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Ms. Pam Biermann
Join us as we learn how professionals in psychology and health care apply their entrepreneurship skills to succeed in their private practices.
This event is sponsored by the MU Center for Entrepreneurship and the Department of Psychology
Amy Kline, MS, LPC
Originally from the Baltimore area, Amy Kline has been licensed and practicing as an LPC in NC since 2006. She treats adults and teens for anxiety and mood disorders (including bipolar), PTSD and ADHD. She also has interest and experience in working with people who are are struggling to understand and cope with abuse in a current or past relationship (including abuse suffered in family of origin), stress/anxiety related to stage-of-life transitions, or grief/loss.
Christopher J. Ketchman, Psy.D., ABPP
Dr. Ketchman is board certified in Clinical Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology, and has expertise in cognitive behavioral intervention for a multitude of mental health conditions. Dr. Ketchman has specialized training in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Depression, as well as completed a specialization track in his doctoral program in forensic psychology. He has served as the Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom clinical coordinator at the Fayetteville VA Medical Center, and was also a contract psychologist working with active duty soldiers during his tenure at Womack Army Medical Center. Dr. Ketchman is currently a partner at the Haymount Institute for Psychological Services. He established the Haymount Institute for Psychological Assessment in January of 2008, and has since developed a full-service testing center, which serves a broad spectrum of psychological testing needs in the community.