Joshua G. Kellison, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who completed his doctoral training at Arizona State University. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Arizona State University and Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona, School of Medicine-Phoenix. Prior to returning to Phoenix he completed his postdoctoral training at the VA Pacific Islands Health Care System and the National Center for PTSD in Honolulu, HI and completed his doctoral internship residency in clinical psychology at the University of Washington/Seattle Children’s Hospital. Kellison also has special interests in LGBTQIA populations, CBT, CPT for PTSD, impulse control, parenting skills, anger management, and coping skills acquisition. Kellison provides individual, couples, and family therapy to all ages (children, adolescents, adults, and aging adults). Beyond DBT, his work with transgender and gender diverse populations includes conducting gender-affirming hormone and surgical readiness evaluations. He also seeks to support the unique needs of LGBTQIA populations while honoring the standards of affirmative care. He recently authored two chapters in the 2016 Sage Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies.
In his spare time he enjoys reading suspense and historical fiction novels, cooking, traveling, quoting Star Trek in his everyday life, and spending time with friends and family.