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Chief, Psychology
Massachusetts General Hospital
Associate Professor of Psychology
Harvard Medical School
Faculty Chair, Native Health Program
Harvard Native American Program

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Dr. Norman is Board Certified in Clinical and Child and Adolescent Psychology. He received his doctorate in Human Development, Counseling and Consulting Psychology from Harvard University and also has an M.A. in Child Development from Tufts University, Child Study Department. Dr. Norman has been the Chief of Psychology at Massachusetts General Hospital since 1989. His previous positions within the Department of Psychiatry at MGH include: Co-Director of Research, Eating Disorders Unit; Director of the Child Clinical Psychology Training Program; Chief Psychologist, Child Psychiatry Service and Eating Disorders Unit; Coordinator, Child Psychology Track and Director of Training, Internship Program in Clinical Psychology.

Dr. Norman's research interests include: personality structure and functioning, psychosocial adjustment to chronic illness and trauma, and intellectual and neuropsychological correlates of ADHD. He is the faculty chair for the Indian Health Initiative for the Harvard University Native American Program. This work has enabled him to fulfill a long-term interest in healing and the difficult role of providing meaningful psychological consultation in differing cultural contexts. Dr. Norman is Past Chair of the Board of Registration for Psychology, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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