Faculty: Philip Keddy

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Philip Keddy, PhD
Adjunct Professor

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PhD, Professional/Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), Alliant University

BA, Psychology, English Literature, and Philosophy, Trinity College, University of Toronto


Member, Society for Personality Assessment

Member, Alameda County Psychological Association

Member, Society for Personality Assessment

Member, Alameda County Psychological Association


Keddy, P. (2011). My experience with psychotherapy, existential analysis, and Jungian analysis: Rollo May and beyond. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, Vol. 67 (8), 806-817. doi: 10.1002/jclp.20820

Keddy, Philip, and Erdberg, Philip (2010). Changes in the Rorschach and MMPI-2 After Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT): A Collaborative Assessment Case Study. Journal of Personality Assessment, 92: 4, 279 -- 295. doi: 10.1080/00223891.2010.481982

Keddy, P.J. and Piotrowski, C. (1992). Testing in psychotherapy practice: Literature review, survey and commentary. The Journal of Training and Practice in Professional Psychology, 6, (1), 30-39.

Keddy, P.J., Erdberg, P. and Sammon, S.D. (1990) The psychological assessment of Catholic Clergy and Religious Referred for Residential Treatment. Pastoral Psychology, 38 (3). 147-159. Reprinted in Francis, L.J. & Jones, S. H. (Eds.) (1997) Psychological Perspectives on Christian Ministry: A Reader (Christian Perspectives). Herefordshire, England: Gracewing.


1987-present: Independent Practice. Psychotherapy with adults, couples, and older adolescents. Personality Assessment, Collaborative. Pre-employment screening.

Staff psychologist, Chemical Dependency Services Adult Outpatient Program, Kaiser Permanente, Walnut Creek. Led outpatient groups for people in Early Recovery, Long-Term Treatment, and for Adult-Children of Alcoholics/Codependents. Member of training and supervisory staff since first year there and Director of Training for several years.