Kelly Duggan

Kelly Duggan, Psy.D.
Clinical Program Director-Psychology, joined the Psychology Department and Medical Staff of the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division as the Attending Psychologist on Acute Inpatient Unit in January 2012.

Dr. Duggan received her doctorate from the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology and also has a postdoctoral Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychopharmacology from Fairleigh Dickinson University.  She completed her Psychology Internship through the Division of Community Corrections and the Racine Correctional Institute.  Most recently, she provided services to the Wisconsin Department of Corrections at the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility.

Dr. Duggan is also in private practice and holds faculty appointments at Alverno College and the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology.  Her professional activities include being a trainer for NAMI’s Crisis Intervention Training and Crisis Intervention Partner initiatives, a Psychology Delegate for the People-to-People Ambassador Program to Russia, and a member of both the Forensic and Correctional Interest Section Board and the Prescriptive Authority Workgroup for the Wisconsin Psychological Association.

She has provided educational workshops in the areas of Mental Health Parity, Treatment Implications for Substance Dependent Women with a History of Childhood Abuse and Dissociation, Self-Care for Sex Offender Therapists, as well as Prejudice and Bias in Language through the International Institute of General Semantics.  Dr. Duggan is the recipient of numerous awards and honors.