Eugene P. Pryor, Jr., Psy.D
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Dr. Pryor is a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and Board Certified Psychoanalyst with graduate degrees in both Adult and Child Clinical Psychology. He is a licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. His training included three years of predoctoral internship, with his third year at Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital where he continued on as a Clinical Fellow in Psychology for an additional three years. Subsequently, Dr. Pryor attended another six years of post-doctoral training at the Psychoanalytic Training Institute of the Contemporary Freudian Society where he graduated as an Adult Psychoanalyst. Dr. Pryor has practiced clinical psychology for 45 years, and has practiced in Clarks Summit for over 36 years. He maintains a small practice with two associates, Lynn Grilli, LCSW and Meagan Pryor, Psy.D.
Lynn L. Grilli, LCSW
Meagan Pryor, Psy.D.
Ms. Grilli is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist with a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Following her Master’s education, she completed the three year psychoanalytic therapy program at the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute. Ms. Grilli has trained and practiced with Dr. Eugene P. Pryor, Jr. for over 34 years. In addition to her private practice work, she has worked in outpatient clinic and hospital settings, as well as in an inpatient addiction treatment center. Her current professional responsibilities also include teaching psychology and sociology courses at Luzerne County Community College.
Dr. Pryor is a Clinical Psychologist with an undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Rochester and a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Nova Southeastern University. While at Nova, Dr. Pryor completed clinical training in both outpatient community mental health and hospital settings, treating patients who suffered from a wide variety of psychological disorders. She then completed an APA accredited predoctoral internship at Cornerstone Behavioral Health in Evanston, Wyoming. While in Wyoming, she worked in a residential treatment facility with patients who suffered from developmental disabilities, mental illness, and severe trauma. She also provided adult substance abuse treatment and child play therapy on an outpatient basis. She completed her Psy.D. in August of 2010 with a concentration in Psychodynamic psychology. She went on to complete her postdoctoral residency via private practice and in a state hospital setting. For the past 8 years she has continued to pursue postdoctoral training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy as a provider in the practice.