Gary M. Burlingame, Ph.D. is a professor of Clinical Psychology at Brigham Young University. His teaching includes research and assessment methods applied to psychotherapy and group psychotherapy. His research spans over 20 years and has emphasized measurement, program evaluation and group psychotherapy. He has edited, authored or co-authored four academic based books, 100 book chapters and peer reviewed articles and 180+ scientific articles.
Dr. Burlingame received the Group Psychologist of the year award from the American Psychological Association in 2006, a career award for Outstanding Contributions in Group Psychotherapy from the American Group Psychotherapy Association and awarded Fellow status in the American Psychological Association for his outstanding and unusual contributions to the science and profession of psychology.
Dr. Burlingame has served as a consultant to private and state agencies in implementing changes in practice patterns increasing the use of group and outcomes-informed treatment. This consultation includes direct training with clinicians, line administrators and executive staff. He has maintained a clinical practice for over 20 years and supervises clinicians in both private and public settings.
Nationally, Dr. Burlingame has served as a consultant to over 20 federal, state and private entities including the White House, Department of Labor, Food & Drug Administration and HMO's that cover over 30 million U.S. lives. Internationally, Dr Burlingame has served as a Group and Methodology consultant in a number of capacities including Bosnia (UNICEF), Germany (Humboldt Foundation) and Australia (Australian Research Grants Committee).