Neal Horen, PhD

Georgetown UCEDD
Center for Child and Human Development
Georgetown University
3300 Whitehaven Street, NW, Suite 3300
Mailing address Box 571485
Washington, DC 20057-1485
Phone: 202-687-5443
Email: [email protected]
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Last Updated: October 06, 2006


Project/Program/Clinic Contacts: Neuropsychology
Discipline(s): Psychology
Research: Public Policy, Systems of Care
Education: Early Childhood, Violence
Service: Clinical Psychology, Early Childhood



Ph.D. 1998 Clinical Psychology University of South Florida Tampa, FL
M.A. 1995 Clinical Psychology University of South Florida Tampa, FL
M.S. 1992 Cognitive Psychology Florida State University Tallahassee, FL
B.A. 1988 Psychology Duke University Durham, NC

Caliber Award for Excellence in Programming-Mid-Shore Mental Health, 2002, 2003

1998 to present. Child Psychologist/Senior Policy Associate, Georgetown University Child Development Center, Department of Pediatrics. CMHS Comprehensive Systems of Care for children and their families-Alumni Coordinator. Associate Director of Early Childhood Policy team. Director H.O.Y.A. clinic. Director of Rural Outreach program.

1998 to present. Clinical Psychologist, Georgetown Community Outreach Programs, Bright Beginnings (Head Start program for children who are homeless), Catholic Schools Project. Violence Prevention Project. Georgetown University Pediatric
Mobile Clinic. DC Linkages Project.

1999-2002. Consulting psychologist in private practice (P. Gayle O'Callaghan & Associates) 1

2001- present. Consultant, Mid-Shore Mental Health Systems, a community mental health core service agency serving five counties on Maryland's Eastern Shore

Horen, N.M. and Kaufmann, R. (2003). Early Childhood Systems of Care. Invited Address. Wyoming - Early Childhood Conference.

Horen, N.M. (2003). Early Childhood Mental Health: Clinical Concepts and Practice. Invited Address - Pennsylvania Head Start Conference.

Horen, N.M. & Perry, D. (2003). Mental Health Assessment in Early Childhood. Invited Address. Oregon - State Conference on Early Childhood.

Horen, N.M., Dennis, E., Stroul, B., Leaf, P., & Kamradt, B. (2003). Sustaining system of Care communities: Keep on keeping on. University of South Florida Research and Training Conference, Tampa, Florida.

Horen, N.M.& Williams, E.Z. (2002) The effects of Trauma and Violence on Youth Development. Chesapeake College.

Horen, N.M. (2001). Infant Mental Health. Invited Address. Idaho State
Early Years, Critical Years Conference. Bosie, Idaho.

Horen, N.M. (2001) Infant Mental Health. Training. Early Intervention Services Prince William, VA.

Huang, L. Arganza, G., Lee, S., & Horen, N.M. (2001). Symposium panel. Taking it to the Streets. Society for Community Research and Action Biennial Meeting. Atlanta, GA.

Horen, N.M. & Williams, E.Z. (2001) The effects of trauma and violence on youth development. Training for the Carter Youth Center. Salisbury, Maryland.

Horen, N.M., Turner, R., Broadnax, J. & Chesson, R. (2001). Poster presentation. North Capitol
Collaborative Dare to be You. Building on Family Strengths Conference. Portland, Oregon

Horen, N.M. (2000). Presentation. The Warning Signs Project. Maryland Psychological Association, Annual Convention. Silver Spring, Maryland.