Richard A. Hohfeler, Psy.D.
Bachelor of General Studies (Psychology); University of Kansas, 1978
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD); Forest Institute of Psychology, 1987
Dr Hohfeler holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and became a licensed psychologist in the state of Wisconsin in 1987. Since that time he has worked with children, adolescents, families, and adults in both inpatient and outpatient settings. He holds a particular interest and specialty in the field of trauma and dissociation which has been his focus since 1988. He has lectured in the community regarding the role of trauma in the development of various psychopathologies in children and adults, is a regular guest lecturer in the Trauma Certification curriculum at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on the subject of dissociation, and teaches an elective course at WSPP on Dissociation (aka, Trauma and Dissociation). He has also taught a course at WSPP in Developmental Psychology.
His current clinical work includes a private practice specializing in trauma and dissociation; consultation and supervision of therapists and case managers in a private clinic/social service agency; and works as a clinical psychologist in Wisconsin Department of Corrections. His clinical orientation is primarily psychodynamic, but also utilizes cognitive therapies for symptom management. He is also trained in EMDR which he has been utilizing since 1996.