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Hunt, Wayne P., Ed.D., ABPP

Assistant Professor

Main Office Address

1111 Park Avenue
Ste. 110
Baltimore, MD 21201

Phone: 410-523-8900


 Administrative Assistant

Jan Staples
Phone: 410-343-1776

Education and Government Service



Mars Hill Univeristy



Johns Hopkins University



George Washington University


Psychology Internship

Baltimore County School Psychological Services


Military Service

U.S. Army

2008Diploma in Counseling PsychologyAmerican Board of Professional Psychology
2010 - PresentMilitary ServiceU.S. Army Medical Corps, Maryland Army National Guard

Professional Interests

HIV/AIDS Moore Clinic, JHU faculty--Graduate Internship in Clinical Community Counseling, Chief, Behavioral Health for Maryland Army National Guard, Clinical/Aeromedical (aviation) psychology, Posttraumatic/critical incident stress, Psychotherapy, Counseling/police/military psychology, Crisis/hostage negotiation, Sexual disorders

Selected Publications

Erbelding EJ, Hutton HE, Zenilman JM, Hunt WP, Lyketsos CG. The prevalence of psychiatric disorders in sexually transmitted disease clinic patients and their association with sexually transmitted disease risk. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2004; 31(1): 8-12.

Hutton HE, Lyketsos CG, Hunt WP, Fishman M., Bennett G, Kendig N, Swetz A, Treisman GJ.  HIV-risk behaviors and their relationship to posttraumatic stress disorder among women prisoners.  Psychiatric Services, 2001; 52 (4): 508-513. 

Hunt WP, Treisman GJ.  Diagnosis and treatment issues of mood disorders in HIV-infected patients.  Primary Psychiatry, 1999; 6 (5): 47-50.  

Hanna FJ, Hunt WP.  Techniques and strategies for psychotherapy with defiant, aggressive adolescents.  Psychotherapy, 1999; 36 (1): 56-68. 

Lyketsos CG, Fishman M, Hutton H, Cox T, Hobbs S, Spoeler C, Hunt WP, Driscoll J, Treisman GJ.  The effectiveness of psychiatric treatment for HIV-infected patients. Psychosomatics, 1997; 38 (5): 423-432. 

Berlin FS, Lehne GK, Malin HM, Hunt WP, Thomas K, Fuhrmaneck J.  The eroticized violent crime: A psychiatric perspective with six clinical examples.  Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 1997; 4 (1): 9-13.