College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Psychology
Dr. Hutchinson is a psychologist who is board certified in Biofeedback. He received his original clinical training at the University of North Texas, was highly influenced by Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy, and has been practicing in the VA system since his internship year. He is currently working at an outpatient clinic in Arizona, specializing in clinical and health psychology, using biofeedback to augment traditional therapies. He is the Local Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Coordinator for is facility. Dr. Hutchinson has an interest in using evidence-based therapies in the context of a patient's cultural and spiritual background. He supervises externs students at his site. He also mentors providers who work in rural, and highly rural placements throughout the state. Dr. Hutchinson has taught in the traditional classroom setting and online, as a contributing faculty member. He teaches courses at Walden like psychopharmacology, biopsychology, and stress disorders. Outside of work, he is highly involved with his teenage son. He enjoys playing piano, hiking/exercise, and relaxing with science fiction books and an array of television shows. He also involves himself in his faith community and has taught contemplative prayer and meditation.
PSYC 8741 - Psychopharmacology
PSYC 6748 - Stress and Coping
PSYC 6225 - Biopsychology
PhD, University of North Texas
Board Certified in Biofeedback, BCIA
Anthem Fellowship Church, Volunteer - Anthem, United States
Awards / Honors
Special Contribution and 10 Year Service Award, Northern Arizona VA Health Care System, 2013
Richard Robertiello Award for Innovative Psychothe, Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 2004
Hutchinson, G. T., Chapman, B. (2005). Logotherapy-enhanced REBT: An integration of discovery and reason Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy
Hutchinson, G. T. (2004). The chronic pain patient: How can logotherapy help? The International Forum for Logotherapy: Journal of Search for Meaning
Hutchinson, G. T. (2002). A logotherapeutic approach to the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder The International Forum for Logotherapy: Journal of Search for Meaning
Hutchinson, G. T. (2002). The medical ministry of a secular priest-in-training Clio's Psyche
Kurzkurt, V., Wechsler, F., Bustamante, A., Hutchinson, G. (2017). A meta-analysis of efficacy of various treatment modalities of combat related PTSD.
Hutchinson, G. T. (2017). Integrating biofeedback with psychotherapy to treat combat PTSD.