Raymond McClenen, Psy.D.

Raymond McClenen, Psy.D., Lieutenant Colonel, Army

Name: Raymond McClenen, Psy.D., Lieutenant Colonel, Army

USU Department of Primary Appointment: 
Medical and Clinical Psychology
Title: 
Director of Military Psychology Studies
Faculty Rank: 
Assistant Professor
Location: 
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
Office Phone: 
(301) 295-1872

Education

1990 B.S. in Psychology, John Carroll University
1995 M.A. in Applied Health Psychology, Northern Arizona University
2001 M.S. in Psychology, Baylor University
2003 Pre-doctoral Internship Walter Reed Army Medical Center
2003 Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, Baylor University
2012 Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Forensic Psychology, Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Biography

LTC Raymond McClenen, Psy.D., holds a terminal master’s degree in applied health psychology and completed his doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Baylor University. He is an active duty clinical and forensic psychologist with assignments as a brigade and division psychologist while stationed at Fort Hood and most recently as the command psychologist with the United States Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox. In addition he has three combat tours of duty: (Baghdad International Airport (BIAP), Iraq 2004-2005; BIAP, Iraq 2007-2008; and, Kirkuk, Iraq 2009-2010. He completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in clinical forensic psychology (2010-2012) at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and is the first graduate of the country’s only American Psychological Association approved clinical forensic psychology fellowship training program. He is an assistant professor and director of military psychological studies.

Drs. McClenen and Landoll are co-directors of the pSyTORM (pSychological Training, Operations, and Research in the Military; pronounced ‘storm’) Lab. The pSyTORM lab is focused on developing military psychologists as leaders in both clinical application and responsible conduct of research focused on military psychology. Students in the pSyTORM lab are expected to develop research skills that complement the work of active duty clinical psychologists as scientist-practitioners. This includes an emphasis on program evaluation and quality improvement as well as conducting collaborative research across the Military Health System with anticipated relevance at all levels from tactical to strategic. The lab operates under a co-mentorship model which involves joint mentorship meetings and weekly planning meetings with lab members. Other military-affiliated faculty participate in the lab as appropriate.

Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments

  • Command Psychologist, United States Army Recruiting Command, March 2016 - June 2018
  • Behavioral Health Consultant, 3d Recruiting Brigade, July 2012 - February 2016
  • Forensic Psychology Fellow, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, July 2010 - June 2012
  • Division/Brigade Psychologist, 2d Brigade Combat Team-1st Cavalry Division, November 2003 - February 2010
  • Deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, January 2004-February 2005, January - December 2007, January - December 2009