DANIEL C. MARSTON, PH.D., ABPP
Daniel Marston, PhD, ABPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist and an expert in the field of behavioral psychology. He is board-certified in Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He has been an adjunct faculty member for several traditional and online graduate programs and is an article reviewer for two academic journals. For over 25 years, Dr. Marston has been treating clients with ODD, ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, learning disabilities, Tourette’s Syndrome and neurobehavioral disorders. He conducts hundreds of behavioral evaluations per year for children and adolescents and works daily with school and community professionals, families and parents. Dr. Marston is the owner of Marston Psychological Services, in North Huntingdon, PA, where he provides therapy for children, adolescents and families, testing and evaluations, school consultation and behavioral healthcare supervision. Dr. Marston presents and publishes nationally on the topics of autism, disruptive behavior disorders, ODD and behavior therapy. He has presented at national conferences and in professional publications on the topic of the impact of poverty on behavioral functioning. Dr. Marston has a strong focus on practical implementations of empirical research findings into behavioral interventions. He is the author of the book Comparative Psychology for Clinical Psychologists and Therapists, published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers in London, which focuses on the practical applications of cross-species empirical and behavioral research for clinical settings. In his workshops, he teaches professionals who work with children and adolescents, practical treatment and intervention strategies.
Financial: Daniel Marston is in private practice. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Nonfinancial: Daniel Marston is a Fellow, American Academy of Cognitive & Behavioral Psychology; Fellow, Pennsylvania Psychological Association; and member of the American Psychological Association.