Dr. Katherine Daly is a licensed psychologist (Florida and Maryland). She began her education in psychology at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She then received her MA in Counseling Psychology at the University of Missouri, and PhD in Counseling Psychology at the University of Florida. Following her doctoral internship at the University of Tennessee, Dr. Daly began practicing psychology in Tennessee providing clinical services in an integrated primary care clinic. She was Assistant Director of Counseling Services at St. Mary’s College of Maryland from 2012-2014. In 2014, Dr. Daly joined the University of Central Florida College of Medicine and has since become the Director of Counseling & Wellness Services and Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences.
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