Christopher Giuliano, PhD
|Department||Department of Psychiatry|
Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Giuliano is a Licensed Psychologist who has been practicing in southwest and mid-Michigan since 1977. He received his PhD from Western Michigan University in Behavioral Psychology and completed a post-doctoral internship with the Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Community Mental Health Board where he specialized in child, adolescent, and family therapy. He also has a Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from MSU.
Dr. Giuliano has supervised aftercare services for the Drug Abuse Treatment Program in the Ingham County Jail, developed respite services for the developmentally disabled in St. Joseph County, Michigan, and served as director of Kalamazoo County’s Early Intervention Program. Prior to coming to MSU he was Clinical Coordinator for Ingham Counseling Center’s child and adolescent outpatient services and developed their Urgent Care Service. He also served as the Associate Director of Training in the Professional Psychology Internship Program of C-E-I Community Mental Health. He is currently the Director of the Psychiatry Department’s Outpatient Clinic.
Clinically, Dr. Giuliano’s interests include the Disruptive Behavior Disorders of childhood and adolescence, Learning Disorders, OCD, Panic Disordoer, and Juvenile Delinquency. He specializes in Family and Behavior Therapy as well as Parent Training.