Matthew Boland, Ph.D.

Key Facts

  • Occupation: Clinical Psychologist
  • Education: Doctorate of Philosophy, University of Nevada, Reno
  • Services: Civil forensic psychology evaluations

Dr. Boland is a licensed clinical psychologist conducting comprehensive psychological evaluation and testifying in civil and criminal matters regarding claims of psychological trauma, emotional distress, or psychological adjustment to adverse events. Areas of forensic work include, but are not limited to, personal injury and tort cases, employment law, other claims of emotional injury, and diagnostic clarification/rule-out.

Dr. Boland continues to work as a published researcher, a university instructor, and an experienced clinician. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Nevada in Reno (UNR). He also is fellowship-trained, completing a research fellowship at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. He has published scientific research articles on posttraumatic stress, emotion regulation, and emotional distress and coping. Dr. Boland teaches upper-division courses at UNR on traumatic stress, psychopathology, emotion and motivation, and principles of psychotherapy. He also completed a clinical postdoctoral fellowship, conducting comprehensive structured psychological evaluation with patients in multiple medical and psychological clinics, and with those experiencing difficulties in the workplace. Additionally, he has worked with patients experiencing chronic pain, other post-injury conditions, and with those experiencing posttraumatic stress, anxiety disorders, depression, complicated grief, and other emotional coping difficulties. He continues to conduct clinical psychological evaluations and treatment, and he has conducted over 500 evaluations to date.

Dr. Boland is a founding member of Sapience Practice.

Curriculum vitae (CV) is available on request.