Daniel Paulson, PhD

danial-paulsonDr. Paulson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Central Florida. His primary clinical interests include caregiving and dementia evaluation with older adults. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in psychology at Virginia Tech in 2002 and his Master’s degree in Psychological Sciences from James Madison University in 2005. He then moved to Detroit where he completed the PhD program in Clinical Psychology at Wayne State University. His graduate training at the renowned Institute of Gerontology was supported by an NIH T-32 award in Aging and Urban Health. He went on to complete the Charleston Consortium Internship Training Program in South Carolina before moving to Orlando. At UCF, Dr. Paulson teaches graduate coursework in the APA-Accredited Clinical Psychology PhD program, and is developing interdisciplinary collaborations for both research and clinical practice.