Dr. Kenneth Michael Lomas
Ph.D. Howard University
M.S. Frostburg State University
B.S. Western Michigan University
Dr. Kenneth Lomas is a Member of the American Psychological Association, National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, Maryland Psychological Association, and the Coalition for Affordable Quality HealthCare. Dr. Lomas has extensive clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Lomas is a licensed psychologist in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Michigan.
Dr. Lomas specializes in Attention Deficit Disorder. Dr. Lomas's dissertation: Computer-Assisted Cognitive Training with Elementary School-Age Children Diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Mild/Moderate Comorbidity: A Short-Term Prospective Study on Attention, Planning and Behavior (available at ProQuest.Com Information and Learning), was conducted through the Institutional Review Boards at Howard University; The University of Maryland at Baltimore, School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry; and the Maryland Centers for Attention and Developmental Disorders.
Dr. Lomas completed his predoctoral internship and post-doctoral training at the Dr. Alice G. Pinderhughes Administration Building, Division of Psychological and Related Services, Baltimore City Public Schools in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Lomas provided comprehensive psychological evaluations, intensive individual and group therapy, classroom behavioral management plans, crisis intervention, IEP development and program development. Dr. Lomas's placements included specialized programs for students with severe emotional and behavioral disorders and alternative learning centers. He has worked in elementary, middle and high schools and the Baltimore City Detention Center School providing clinical services to pre-adjudicated adolescents. Dr. Lomas remained on-staff with the Baltimore City Public School System for nearly 10 years before joining a private clinical practice in Bel Air, MD where he provided individual, family and marital therapy. Dr. Lomas also conducted full battery psychological evaluations and clinical AD/HD assessment.
Dr. Lomas has also worked as the associate clinical director of the Chesapeake Pain and Rehabilitation Center in Baltimore, Maryland providing comprehensive psychological pain evaluations and treatment for patients experiencing chronic, intractable, benign pain. At CPRC, Dr. Lomas developed a group therapy program involving psychoeducation, didactic and experiential components and he developed a chronic pain assessment protocol. In addition, Dr. Lomas has worked at the Bedford-Sommerset Mental Health Agency in Bedford, Pennsylvania, as a psychology intern, and the Mary Free Bed Hospital and Rehabilitation Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan where he worked with four patient groups: spinal-cord injured, traumatic brain injured, cerebral vascular accident (stroke) and chronic pain.
In addition to providing individual, family, marital, group therapy, psychological evaluations and juvenile forensic evaluations, Dr. Lomas has professional interests and training in behavioral medicine and neuropsychiatric disorders.
Dr. Carl C. Douthitt
Ph.D. Howard University
M.S. Alabama State University
B.S. Kentucky State University
Dr. Douthitt is a Member of the National Board for Certified Counselors and a Certified School Psychometrist. Dr. Douthitt completed his pre-doctoral internship at the Howard University Counseling Center, an APA accredited internship site. Dr. Douthitt has extensive clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. He has worked as a consultant with several Washington, DC agencies.
Dr. Carl Douthitt has a diverse and extensive background in clinical, community, and educational counseling and psychology. He has worked as a Psychology Fellow at the Howard University Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, providing individual and group therapy to adults with chronic mental illness and conducted psychodiagnostic assessments. Dr. Douthitt has also presented several research papers including: An Empirical Analysis of the Parenting Skills of Male Single Parents in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area: A Pilot Investigation- Paper presented at the faculty round table, Howard University, School of Education, Department of Human Development and Psychoeducational Studies; Problems of Providing Services to Persons with Disabilities from Minority Groups- Keynote Speaker: Howard University Research and Training Center Regional Conference on Embracing Diversity: The Multicultural Rehabilitation Training Model; and Stress and Coping Resources Among Women Involved in Multiple Roles: Married, Working and Raising a Child with a Developmental Disability- Presenter at the Texas Southern University National Symposium: Improving the Health of Minorities with Disabilities by Breaking the Barriers to Disability and Rehabilitation Research, Washington, D.C.
Before joining the Potomac Psychology Group, PLLC, Dr. Douthitt's professional experience also included employment as a consultant in Washington, D.C. conducting assessments for individuals with developmental disabilities; adjunct professor at Bowie State University, Counseling Psychology Department where he conducted graduate and undergraduate level classes for students majoring in special education and early childhood development; family therapist with the Montgomery County Government Adolescent Treatment and Family Therapy Services, Montgomery County, Maryland; and crisis intervention specialist with the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Institute, Washington, DC.
Dr. Douthitt is a school psychometrist with the Baltimore City Public Schools providing individual and group counseling sessions; psychoeducational testing for students with learning disabilities, social, emotional and behavioral disorders; cognitive and adaptive functioning; Autism; and IEP development and review.
The clinical staff of Potomac Psychology Group, PLLC adhere to the ethical code established by the American Psychological Association and practice in accordance with the Washington, DC, Department of Health, Health Professional Licensing Administration, Board of Psychology, DC Law 6-99, District of Columbia Health Occupations Revision Act of 1985, as amended; and the District of Columbia, Health Professional Licensing Administration, Board of Professional Counseling. If you have any questions or concerns about the treatment you receive, please discuss them with either your therapist or Dr. Lomas, Clinical Director. If your therapist fails to respond to your satisfaction, you have the right to register a complaint with the Washington, DC, Health Professional Licensing Administration, Board of Psychology, 717 14th Street, Suite 600 (Phone: 202-724-4900); the American Psychological Association Ethics Office, 1200 17th Street, N.W. Washington, DC, 20036 (Phone: 202-955-7729); the Washington, DC, Board of Professional Counseling; the National Board for Certified Counselors; and/or the State of Maryland, Board of Examiners of Psychologists, Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 4201 Patterson Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21215 (Phone: 410-764-4787). You may also send a written complaint to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Your therapist will provide you with the address at your request.
POTOMAC PSYCHOLOGY GROUP, PLLC
Comprehensive Psychological, Consulting and Assessment Services
1050 17th Street, NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 496-4971 Fax: (202) 728-1196