Dr. MacIntyre is a cognitive behavioral therapist who provides mental health counseling for individuals, couples and families, children, adolescents, adults, and groups. He provides psychological testing, evaluation and consultation. Areas of specialty include anxiety and mood disorders, addiction, LGBTQIA issues, parent/child relational problems, relationship issues, mindfulness, trauma and stressor-related disorders, and chronic pain. He provides crisis management services and works with professionals in need of mental health services.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology: Carroll University
Masters of Arts in Counseling: Roosevelt University
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology: Roosevelt University
Doctoral Internship: Chief Resident, University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute
Postdoctoral Residency: Ministry Health Care, Rhinelander, Wisconsin
Postdoctoral Fellowship: University of Iowa Project on Parenting and Children’s Development
Dr. MacIntyre has over 27 years of experience in the field of counseling and psychology. He provides counseling, evaluations, and Parenting Capacity Assessments. He works collaboratively with community providers to ensure continuity of care. Dr. MacIntyre provides evidence-based psychological treatments & psychological assessments for mental health disorders.
When not at work, you can find Dr. MacIntyre actively involved in the recovery community, cooking, hiking, or spending time reading. He enjoys teaching and creating online courses that address mental health issues that impact our daily lives. He is also the creator of the VLOG, Be Amazing with Dr. Dave at https://www.drdavidmacintyreconsulting.com/blog
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"Dr MacIntyre is both personable and professional, with experience, knowledge and understanding in the areas of mental health and addictions for both professionals and laypersons. He works with individuals, communities, patients, providers, and families. He applies evidence-based psychological treatments for mental health disorders. "