Roman Lokhmotov, Psy.D.
Director, M.S. Clinical Psychology Program
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, IPS
M.A., International Relations and European Studies, Central European University
B.Ph., Philosophy, Ave Maria College
Dr. Roman Lokhmotov is the Director of the M.S. in Clinical Psychology program and an Assistant Professor at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences. His interests include individual and group psychodynamic therapy, cognitive and personality assessment, as well as the psychology of supervision and teaching. His current research involves the examination of correlations between projective drawings and objective measures of personality.
Dr. Lokhmotov is a licensed clinical psychologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. His post-graduate training includes a program in psychodynamic theory and techniques at the Washington School of Psychiatry, a fellowship in psychoanalysis at the Washington Center for Psychoanalysis, and training in psychodynamic supervision at the Washington School of Psychiatry.