B.A., The King’s College; M.A., Wheaton College; M.S., Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University; Licensed Psychologist.
Dr. Don McCulloch has worked in psychiatric hospitals, community mental health centers and a pain management clinic. He was a full time psychology intern at Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami Medical Center. He was also the clinical director of a Rapha treatment center, a Christian-based inpatient psychiatric program in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. In 1991, he became licensed as a psychologist in the State of Florida. He subsequently developed a successful independent practice of psychology within a large suburban medical center. For 19 years he practiced individual and marital counseling at the offices of Sheridan House Family Ministries in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Presently his private practice is at Spanish River Counseling Center in Boca Raton, Florida (https://www.spanishrivercounseling.com).
Dr. Don McCulloch left his hospital practice in 1999 to pursue his first love, teaching. He is now a full-time associate professor of psychology at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the general area of counseling (this includes regular offerings of abnormal psychology and personality theories). For many years he has taught the graduate counseling Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues course.
Additionally, he has published research articles on homeschooling in Academic Leadership and Christian Higher Education. He is also the co-author of a chapter in a professional work on the topic of behavioral medicine and he has published entries in Baker’s Encyclopedia of Psychology, edited by David G. Benner.
Most recently he is the author of Perfect Circle: A husband’s guide to the six tasks of a contemporary Christian marriage. This marriage book has been well-reviewed and is available on Amazon/Kindle.
Dr. Don McCulloch has been married for 30 years to Gwenn, a critical care nurse. They have four children and they reside in West Palm Beach, Florida. They have officially been empty-nesters for two years.