Kathy A. McMahon (PsyD)Adjunct Faculty
Department of Clinical Psychology
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Received her master’s degree from Antioch West in San Francisco in 1979 and her doctorate in clinical psychology from Antioch New England Graduate School in 1988. She was formerly the director of the Master’s Program in Counseling Psychology at Antioch New England. Dr. McMahon is a licensed psychologist in Massachusetts, a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, and a certified sex therapist and educator through the American Association for Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. Psychotherapeutically, she has been a generalist, working with families, adults, and children in community mental health centers, early intervention programs, and private practice settings. Her training has included work in a behavioral medicine unit serving Hahnemann Hospital in Brighton, Massachusetts, and neuropsychological testing at Tufts-Bay Cove Mental Health Center in Boston and Cheshire Clinical Associates in Keene, NH. She is listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. She teaches graduate courses in Human Sexuality in three New England colleges.
Dr. McMahon works as the “Peak Oil Shrink,” which focuses on the consequences of reduced oil production following the world’s oil supplies being depleted. She collects stories from an international readership and asks whether the field of psychology can help the public deal proactively with Peak Oil to actively shape the future.