Terry L. Correll, DO
D.O., Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1987-91
Residency, Wright State University, 1991-96
The Ohio State University, Pre-medical studies and Bachelor of Science in Psychology, 1983-1987; Summa Cum Laude; Phi Eta Sigma honor society; Alpha Lambda Delta honor society
Alpha Omega Alpha honor society; Sigma Sigma Phi honor society; J.M. Foundation Medical Student Scholar; U.S. Air Force Health Professions Scholarship Program, 1987-1991
Laughlin Foundation Fellow for Leadership, 1996
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Diplomate in Psychiatry, 1997
Diplomate in Forensic Psychiatry, 1999
Maintenance of Certification (MOC) in the specialty of psychiatry awarded March 12, 2007
Co-authored Hospital Physician Psychiatry Board Review Manual on "Factitious Disorders," Volume 11, Part 1, February 2008 with Josephine deGuzman, M.D.
Co-authored The Art of Psychotherapy with Marie E. Rueve, M.D. in Psychiatry, Volume 3, No. 11, November 2006.
Peer reviewer for Psychiatric Times October 2003-present.
Co-authored Hospital Physician Psychiatry Board Review Manual on "Dysthymic Disorder: The Persistent Depression," Volume 9, Part 4, October 2005, with Randy Sansone, M.D.
Forensic evaluator/co-investigator in "How Accurate Are Determinations of Competence to Stand Trial?, Competency to Stand Trial Accuracy Project," with Douglas Mossman, M.D. as principal investigator since June 2002.
Co-authored three articles on various psychopharmacology topics with David Bienenfeld, M.D., which were published in the American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry Newsletter.
Collaborated on large Magnetic Resonance Imaging study investigating the correlation of psychiatric symptoms to psychopathology with Karen Drexler, M.D.
Worked on several investigations examining the effects of the selective seritonin reuptake inhibitors on the Hypothalamic-Pituitary Adrenal axis with Jerome Shulte, M.D.
Co-authored Hospital Physician Psychiatry Board Review Manual on "Eating Disorders," Volume 5, Part 2, June 2001, with Randy Sansone, M.D.
- Intermix vibrant teaching with clinical practice (direct patient care).
a. Enjoy providing excellent and efficient care of patients - with emphasis on great education along with appropriate service requirements.
b. I feel tremendously significant treating psychiatrically ill individuals and helping train others in their medical careers concurrently. It is the ultimate "two for one" scenario.
c. Enjoy providing and promoting learning via lecture-style didactics, team learning, as well as onsite, patient-related teaching.
- Emphasize psychotherapy (individual, couple's, family, group), as well as first-rate psychopharmacology in my practice.
a. Employ strength-based approaches and motivational interviewing.
- In Community Psychiatry since 1999 (9 years in Air Force psychiatry prior to that).
- Enjoy the practice of college mental health.
- Career counseling for medical and mental health professionals.
- Leadership skills in the medical profession.