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Malik Muhammad - Fielding Graduate University. Durham, NC, US

Malik Muhammad Malik Muhammad

Adjunct Faculty - Clinical Psychology | Fielding Graduate University

Durham, NC, UNITED STATES

Only person telling you "no" is you! Your Future is waiting for you.

Biography

Dr. Muhammad is the Clinical Director for Elite Biobehavioral. Dr. Muhammad came to Durham North Carolina in 2008 to complete his medical psychology internship at Duke University Medical Center with an emphasis in Chronic Pain management and minority mental health. He also works as a consultant to Medical Providers to assist in incorporating mental health services into their organizations and medical settings. He also provide mental health evaluations to patients that are candidates for surgical procedures and disability evaluations for military veterans.

Industry Expertise (4)

Mental Health Care

Health and Wellness

Education/Learning

Research

Areas of Expertise (1)

Minority Mental Health, Health Psychology, Mentoring future therapist, African American males and Higher Education, Improving health outcomes buy applying culturally competent psycho-therapy services

Education (3)

Palo Alto University: Ph.D., Clinical Psychology 2009

Pacific Graduate School of Psychology: Masters of Science, Clinical Psychology 2004

United States International University: Bachelors of Science, Psychology 2001

Affiliations (4)

  • Division 55:Society for Prescribing Psychology
  • American Psychological Association
  • Alpha phi alpha fraternity incorporated
  • Duke University alumni association

Event Appearances (13)

The Relationship Between Age and Religiosity in Patients with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD).

NCCU Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium (GURS).  

2021-03-01

“My Sexual Orientation is Not my Physician’s Business!”: Assessing the Difference Between Reporting Sexual Orientation and Spirituality in Adult African Americans with Sickle Cell Disease.

NCCU Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium (GURS).  

2021-03-01

Active Coping in Adult Jamaican Men With Sickle Cell Disease (SCD).

NCCU Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium (GURS).  

2021-03-01

The Increasing Need For Minority Supervisors.

Project TeamUP. University of San Diego.  

2020-10-01

Why Black Women Can’t Find a Man.

Presented live on Facebook on MIND RIGHT MENTAL WELLNESS with DR. VANGIE AKRIDGE & DR. MALIK MUHAMMAD  

2020-09-01

The Stigma of Being A Teen Parent.

Presented live on Facebook on MIND RIGHT MENTAL WELLNESS with DR. VANGIE AKRIDGE & DR. MALIK MUHAMMAD.  

2020-08-01

The Impact of Covid-19 on Education.

Presented live on Facebook on MIND RIGHT MENTAL WELLNESS with DR. VANGIE AKRIDGE & DR. MALIK MUHAMMAD  

2020-07-01

Police Brutality and Racial Inequality.

Presented live on Facebook on MIND RIGHT MENTAL WELLNESS with DR. VANGIE AKRIDGE & DR. MALIK MUHAMMAD.  

2020-07-01

Mental Health In the African American Community.

Presented live on Facebook on MIND RIGHT MENTAL WELLNESS with DR. VANGIE AKRIDGE & DR. MALIK MUHAMMAD.  

2020-07-01

Inagural Episode.

Presented live on Facebook on MIND RIGHT MENTAL WELLNESS with DR. VANGIE AKRIDGE & DR. MALIK MUHAMMAD.  

2020-07-01

Building Resilience In African American Males During Pursuit Of Higher Education.

Symposia presented at the Southeastern Conference for the Teaching of Psychology at Spelman University: Atlanta, GA.  

2020-02-01

Vascular Penile Trauma and Chronic Pain in Adult Male Patients with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD).

Poster presented at UNLV American Association of Behavioral Social Sciences Conference, Las Vegas, NV.  

2020-02-01

Owning My Sexuality: Assessing the Relationship Between Sexual Attitudes, Sexual Exploration and Erotophobia Among African American College Students.

Poster presented at the Alliance for Graduate Education and Professoriate (AGEP) Student Success Conference at Michigan State University: East Lansing, MI.  

2019-11-01

Articles (11)

Gender, Cultural, and Racial Influences on Mania: A Brief Review for Business.

Archives of Business Research.

Edwards, C.L., Burgin, A.E., Muhammad, M., Hill, L., Wood, M., Bryson, W.J., Barker, C.S., Robinson, E., Jones, B.J., Miller, J., Ellis, T.T., Okeke, D., Ford, N.M., Rosales, J., Pittman, B., Thompson, O., Smith, E., Southerland, S., Haddock, R., Byrd, G.S., Reives, S., Parker, D., Whitfield, K.E., Sollers, J.J., III

(In Press).

Building resilience in African American males during pursuit of higher education.

Journal of Psychology and Clinical Psychiatry, 10(3), 112-116.

Muhammad, M., Miller, A., Johnson, T., Sollers, J., Miller, J., Jones, B., Edwards, C. (2019).

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Treatment of PTSD in an HIV-Positive Rwandan Woman with a Recent Stroke: A Case Report on The Role of Culture, Norms, and Expectations for Psychotherapy.

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Edwards, C.L., Bryson, W.J., McCabe, M., Trambadia, J., Scott, D., Muhammad, M., Killough, A., Sudhakar, S., Keys, A., Feliu, M., McNeil, J., Barker, C.S., Wood, M., Reif, R., Hill, L., O’Garo, K.G.N., Peasant, C., Robinson, E.

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Emotional Reactions to Pain Predict Psychological Distress in Adult Patients with Sickle Cell Disease.

International Journal of Psychiatry and Medicine, 47(1), 1-16.

Edwards, C.L., Killough, A., Wood, M., Doyle, T., Feliu, M., Barker, C.S., Uppal, P., DeCastro, L., Wellington, C., Whitfield, K.E., O’Garo, K.N., Morgan, K., Alesii, L.Y.E., Byrd, G.S., McCabe, M., Goli, V., Keys, A., Hill, L., Collins-McNeil, J., Trambadia, J., Guinyard, D., Muhammad, M., McDonald, P., Schmechel, D., Robinson. E. (2014).

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Depression, suicidal ideation, and attempts in patients with sickle cell disease (SCD).

Journal of the National Medical Association, 101(11), 1090-1095.

Edwards,C.L., Green,M., Wellington, C.C., Muhammad, M., Wood, M., Feliu, M., Edwards, L., Hill, L., Sollers, III, J.J., Barksdale, C., Robinson, E.L., McDougald, C.S., Abrams, M., Whitfield, K.E., Byrd, G., Hubbard, R., Cola, M., DeCastro, L., McNeil, J. (2009).

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The influence of dyspnea on chronic pain and psychological distress among adult patients with sickle cell disease (SCD).

Journal Ciencias De La Conducta, 27, 65-80.

Johnson, H., Wellington, C., Alesii, L.Y.E., McNeil, J., Wood, M., Hobkirk, A., Hill, L., Feliu, M., Byrd, G.S., Barker, C.S., Whitfield, K.E., Patrice, J., Guinyard, D., Muhammad, M., McCabe, M., Wood, V., Martinez, S., Scott, D., Jonassaint, J., Edwards, C.L. (2012).

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Religious coping and pain associated with sickle cell disease: exploration of a non-linear model.

Journal of African American Studies, 13(1), 1-13.

O’Connell-Edwards, C., Edwards, C.L., Pearce, M., Wachholtz, A.B., Wood. M., Muhammad, M., Leach-Beale, B., Shelby, R., McDougald, C., Harrison, M.O., Feliu, M., Edwards, L., Whitfield, K.E., Merritt, M., Wellington, C., Byrd, G., Edmonds, H., Robinson, E. (2009).

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Exploring the role of complementary and alternative medicine in public health practice and training.

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 11(5), 931–936.

Burke, A., Ginzburg, K., Collie, K.., Trachtenberg, D, and Muhammad, M. (2005).

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Psychiatric co-morbidity in vulnerable populations receiving primary care for HIV/AIDS.

AIDS Care, February 2007; 19(2): 220-225

Israelski, D. M., Prentiss, D. E., Lubega, S., Balmas, G., Garcia, P., Muhammad, M., Cummings, S., & Koopman, C.

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Pain and depression in black men with sickle cell disease (SCD).

Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 37 (suppl), S217.

Mathis, M., Edwards, C.L., Edwards, L., Marrone, S., Wellington, C.C., Byrd, G., Muhammad, M., Feliu, M. (2009).

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The use of somatization in the conceptualization of sickle cell disease SCD).

Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 37 (suppl), S217.

Edwards, C.L., Wellington, C., Wood, M., Feliu, M., Mathis, M., McDougald, C., Muhammad, M., Robinson, E. (2009).

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