About David Angelich

Dr. Angelich obtained his doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy. D.) from The George Washington University and his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame in Business Administration (B.B.A.).  His pre-doctoral internship was at DC Superior Court, where he completed rotations in forensic psychological assessment and psychotherapy with adolescents involved in the DC Court System.  Dr. Angelich also obtained clinical training in group and individual psychotherapy at Howard University Counseling Center during his internship. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Ashburn Psychological Services where he conducted psychological and psychoeducational evaluations as well as individual and group therapy with adults and adolescents.

Following formal training, Dr. Angelich was a staff psychologist at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Washington, DC, an inpatient residential facility, where he conducted forensic assessment, psychological evaluations, group and individual psychotherapy and served as a member of the training faculty supervising psychology interns. Prior to beginning full-time private practice, Dr. Angelich worked as a clinical psychologist for members of the military and their families at Fort Belvoir, VA and Fort Myer, VA where he treated soldiers diagnosed with PTSD and other psychiatric disorders. He served as a member of the faculty at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, supervising post-doctoral residents in psychology.

Dr. Angelich enthusiastically pursues continuing education and professional development. He is a 2013 graduate of the Modern Perspectives in Psychotherapy Program at the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis, a three-year post graduate psychotherapy training program. He is a Psychotherapy Associate Member of the American Psychoanalytic Association and a member of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Angelich is also on the training faculty at The George Washington University School of Professional Psychology, supervising graduate students’ practicum work.