Bilal Ghandour,

PhD

Bilal has many years of experience working with teens and adults who have emotional disorders that manifest physically (e.g., self-harm behaviors such as cutting, eating disorders, and compulsive hair-pulling – i.e. Trichotillomania).

Bilal also works with teens and adults with personality disorders (e.g., ‘borderline’ traits); addiction; and body image issues. He also sees individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, and romantic relationships.

Qualifications

Undergraduate: 

BA in Communication Arts & MA in Philosophy at American Universities in Beirut, Lebanon

Masters: 

MS in Personality and Social Psychology

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology:

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Internship: 

Connecticut Valley Hospital

Post-doc Residency:

Yale University/VA Connecticut Health Care System

Fluently speaks French & Arabic and is proficient in Swedish

articles and Discussions by Dr.ghandour

Guide to Dealing with More Time at Home

Dr. Ghandour was invited by the MRL Morning Show on Kiss 95.1 FM to discuss the stressors of quarantine and their impact on behavioral health. Tap below to listen.