Stephen S. Meharg, Ph.D., ABN

A Longview-Kelso native, I completed my undergraduate degree Washington State University followed by a Master of Arts in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Graduate School of Psychology.  After a year of training at the Portland VA Medical Center, I entered private practice in Longview and was licensed as a psychologist in 1992, later becoming board certified with the American Board of Professional Neuropsychology.

 

While continuing a general practice in child and adult psychotherapy, my specialty area is psychological and neuropsychological diagnostic assessment.  I consult extensively with area medical providers, community agencies, lawyers, and the courts.  I am also a consulting psychologist at St John Medical Center and serve as training director and consulting supervisor at Northwest Psychological Resources and several other local mental health clinics.   

My professional memberships include the American Psychological Association, American Academy of Neurology, National Academy of Neuropsychology, Pacific Northwest Neuropsychological Society, and American College of Professional Neuropsychology.

 

Personally, I am married and have three adult children.  My hobbies include fishing, boating, camping, photography, and wine education and touring.  I am a Certified Specialist of Wine with the Society of Wine Educators.  (See MVinology.com) I am also a musician, serving as principal violist of several local community and professional orchestras and string quartets.

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Contact Information

 

Stephen S. Meharg, Ph.D., ABN          Office Phone: 360-414-8600 extension 130
945 11th Avenue                                  Office Fax: 360-636-7372

Longview, WA 98632

 

Tax ID: 91-1854138 (Northwest Psychological Resources, LLC)

 

​Name Pronunciation: Muh-HERG

 

Standard E-Mail:        smeharg@cfmal.com

 

Secure E-Mail:            stevemehargphd@hushmail.com

 

Note: I welcome e-mail communication. This is often a much faster way of communicating with me than telephone voice messages.  However, e-mail is not considered confidential.  Submitting a standard e-mail to me assumes you understand and accept the risk of potential loss of privacy.  If you require a higher level of privacy, please contact me directly by phone or fax, or use my secure e-mail address.

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