Marcia Hunt, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Departments & Organizations

Psychiatry: Psychology Section

Office of Cooperative Research


Marcia G. Hunt, Ph.D. earned her doctorate in clinical community psychology from Bowling Green State University in 2005 with an emphasis in in qualitative and mixed-methods research as well as program development, implementation and system-level evaluation. She is an Associate Director of the VA Northeast Program Evaluation Center (NEPEC), responsible for the national program evaluation of the Mental Health Intensive Case Management (MHICM) programs and the Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center (PRRC) programs. Dr. Hunt's research interests focus on evaluating recovery-related changes for people with serious mental illness and the relationship between valued social roles and life functioning. Dr. Hunt, a licensed psychologist, is also actively involved in clinical training for psychology and psychiatry.

Education & Training

PhD Bowling Green State U. (2005)
MA Bowling Green State U. (2001)
T-32 Post Doctoral Fellow The Consultation Center, Yale School of Medicine
Internship Yale School of Medicine

Honors & Recognition

  • Professional Service AwardThe Associateion of VA Psychologist Leaders (2013)

  • Merit Award for development and implementation of the Behavioral Health Recovery Clinic to improve clinical access for VeteransVA Connecticut Healthcare System, West Haven, Psychiatry Service (2008)

Professional Service

  • (2014 - 2016) American Psychological Association (APA)-member Division 18-Psychologists in Public Service

  • (2012 - 2014) American Psychological Association (APA)-member Division 18-Psychologists in Public Service SMI/SED Section

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