Keith D. McGoldrick, Ph.D.

Dr. McGoldrick is a psychologist licensed to practice in the state of Utah. He holds a Doctorate in Psychology with a concentration in neuropsychology. He also completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in neuropsychology. Dr. McGoldrick has worked in a number of settings that include hospitals, outpatient centers, and residential treatment facilities. He is certified with the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. Dr. McGoldrick is trained to conduct neuropsychological, psychological, and forensic evaluations.

As part of his practice, Dr. McGoldrick provides over 200 evaluations yearly. Dr. McGoldrick provides neuropsychological evaluations and treatment to children, adolescents, and adults with acquired brain injuries, neurodevelopmental disorders, congenital disorders, and neurocognitive disorders, such as, learning disorders, ADHD, traumatic brain injuries, autism spectrum disorders, learning disorders, genetic disorders, stroke, and dementia. Dr. McGoldrick is well versed to provide a comprehensive assessment of cognitive, educational, and emotional functioning and tailors each evaluation to address the specific concern and need of the patient. Dr. McGoldrick is also available to provide case consultation to physicians, therapists, psychiatrists, attorneys, and other professionals.

Dr. McGoldrick additionally provides psychotherapy using a cognitive-behavioral approach to address the needs of the individual. He is specialized in tailoring psychotherapy to those with comorbid emotional and cognitive disorders.

In addition to his clinical expertise, Dr. McGoldrick serves as an editorial assistant for the Journal of Attention Disorders as well as a peer reviewed for several academic journals. He is a chair member to the Utah Psychological Association. He has presented research at various conferences and published several journal articles and book chapters.