Daniel Marston, Ph.D.
PhD Clinical Psychology 1992 Nova University Davie, FL
MS Psychology 1990 Nova University Davie, FL
BS Psychology 1987 Saint Vincent College Latrobe, PA
LICENSE: Psychologist—State of Pennsylvania (PS006893L)
BOARD CERTIFICATION: Behavioral & Cognitive Psychology—American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP)
Daniel Marston, PhD, ABPP is a licensed psychologist and the owner of Marston Psychological Services, LLC in Pennsylvania. He is a clinician, educator, clinical trainer, professional consultant and author whose work focuses on the application of solid quantitative and qualitative research to clinical psychology work. He is board-certified in Behavioral & Cognitive Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) and has served on the Board of Directors for the Behavioral & Cognitive Psychology specialty board. Dr. Marston is a Fellow in the Pennsylvania Psychological Association and a member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, where he helped found the Special Interest Group on Comparative Psychology. He has over 20 years of experience teaching at the graduate level and his courses have primarily been in clinical psychology, assessment, statistics and research design. Included in his years of teaching experience is over 10 years teaching exclusively at online universities. His clinical work focuses on Functional Analytic Psychotherapy and behavioral neuropsychology. Dr. Marston’s publications include two books on the application of empirical research to clinical work, book chapters and journal articles on behavioral neuropsychology topics, academic journal articles on the intersection of animal behavior research and clinical psychology and general readership articles in magazines including Psychology Today and Business Insider. He is the author of the Psychology Today blog titled “Comparatively Speaking” that looks at how animal behavior research can help further understanding of clinical psychology topics. Dr. Marston also serves as an article reviewer and statistical consultant for three academic journals.