Dr. Raymond TrybusEducation

Ph.D., M.S., B.A., St. Louis University

Research Interests 

Multicultural diversity, disability and rehabilitation, deafness and hearing loss, leadership in organizations, spiritual and religious issues in psychology

Background

Dr. Trybus is director of the doctoral and master’s programs in clinical psychology at Walden University, and is a licensed psychologist in California and Washington, D.C. In his 40-plus post-doctoral years, he has served as a dean, provost, academic vice president, and chancellor in higher education, as well as executive director of a community nonprofit agency. Much of his clinical and research work has focused on diversity, especially with respect to people living with a disability and/or with deafness or hearing loss. He is a life member of the American Psychological Association and the California Psychological Association, and is currently serving as president-elect of the San Diego Psychological Association. Dr. Trybus is committed to a global view of psychology and currently serves as a university accreditation panel chair and member for the Hong Kong Council for Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications.