Robert Dingman Robert Dingman, EdD

617-327-6777 x1412, Work Space 209Q


  • Associate Professor, Clinical Psychology Department


  • BA, Minnesota State University
  • MA, San Diego State University
  • EdD, Boston University


  • Foundations of Psychology: History and Systems
  • Clinical Seminar II
  • Introduction to Family and Systems Theory
  • Clinical Practice of Family and Systems Therapy
  • Military Families and the Cycle of Deployment
  • William James for 21st Century Psychologists

Research and Practice Interests

Research interests include:

  • military and veteran psychology
  • the remote and near history of psychology
  • post-modern psychotherapies for families and children 

Practice interests include:

  • couple and family therapy
  • assessment and treatment of attachment difficulties 
  • trauma in children and adults

Professional Licenses and Certifications

  • MA licensed psychologist

Publications and Presentations

Recent publications

Dingman, R.E. (2015).  How can veterans help other veterans’ transition back into society?  Expert Beacon. (Online magazine).

Dingman, R.E. (2014).  How can military families cope with the deployment of a loved one?  Expert Beacon.  (Online magazine).

Recent presentations

From Warriors to Healers:  How Todays Veterans are Helping a New Generation Come Home from War, MSPP NewBridge on the Charles Lecture Series, Dedham, MA. June 27, 2016

Perspectives on The Wolfpack, MFA/William James College Fifth Annual Hollywood Scriptures Film Series. Boston, MA. April 17, 2016

A Family Systems Perspective on Psychotic Process. Faulkner Hospital Department of Psychiatry, Jamaica Plain, MA March 8, 2016

Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association;
  • William James Society