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    Dr. William Doverspike - Licensed Psychologist, Ph.D., M.S., Virginia Commonwealth University; B.S., Emory University. Board Certified in Clinical Psychology (American Board of Professional Psychology); Board Certified in Neuropsychology (American Board of Professional Neuropsychology). Specializations: psychopathology, counseling and professional ethics. Member: APA, GPA, CAPS

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