Dr. Aimee McCullough, Psy.D. is a Hawaii-licensed psychologist with over 30 years of experience providing psychological assessment and treatment service for toddlers, children, adolescents and adults. Dr. McCullough’s specializes in working with trauma (PTSD), anxiety, depression, loss, attachments and adoption. She has worked as a staff psychologist with the Department of Health’s Diamond Head Family Guidance Center, during which time she provided individual and family therapy; consulted with schools and provided disaster relief work for children and parents on Kauai after a hurricane. As a contract psychologist, Dr. McCullough continued to work with Kauai children on residential trauma symptoms; and later served as Alaka’i Na Keiki’s Clinical Director. Dr. McCullough has maintained a private practice in Kailua for over 16 years. Her practice includes children, families and couples, as well as counseling in the Women’s Community Correctional Center. She spent 8 months in Ireland providing individual psychotherapy, consultation to management, and in-service training and team building for staff at a residential care facility for adolescents. After she returned to the U.S., Dr. McCullough was as an Assistant Professor and Director of the Care Clinic, School of Medicine, University of Maryland. Dr, McCullough wrote and managed a grant to provide trauma-based care for maltreated children and their family; provided individual, family and group therapy; and trained clinicians, interns, and medical students. In 2012, Dr. McCullough rejoined ANK as a psychologist in our outpatient services program, and provides training and consultation on trauma cases.