Dr. Linda Fleming McGhee is a practicing clinical psychologist who speaks and writes nationally on mental health and education. She received her psychology doctorate from George Washington University. Prior to that, she received a law degree from GWU and was a practicing attorney for a number of years.
Dr. McGhee served as the Director of the Teaching and Learning Center at the Landon School. She also served as a psychologist at Landon for several years. Dr. McGhee worked at other schools specializing in learning disorders (Kingsbury and Chelsea). She has also served as an adjunct professor at George Washington, Trinity, the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and the Washington School of Psychiatry. Dr. McGhee served on the Board of the Kingsbury School and she is currently the Chair of the Education Committee and a member of the Board of Directors of the Maryland Psychological Association.
Dr. McGhee is the founder of McGhee & Associates in Chevy Chase Maryland. She specializes in therapy for adolescents and young adults, assessments for learning differences, and educational consulting. Dr. McGhee has written for the Washington Post and has been quoted widely in the New York Times, the Huffington Post and Grown and Flown. She speaks nationally on mental health, race, and education. Dr. McGhee speaks at colleges on behalf of the Steve Fund, an organization devoted to mental health for students of color. She is a contributor to The Son Rise Project, a support network for adolescent boys. Dr. McGhee regularly appears on television and radio on a variety of topics. She hosts a talk show on Radio One called Good Mental Health to raise awareness about the importance of good mental health.
Dr. McGhee is available as a keynote or featured speaker, panelist or moderator at your organization’s next event.
Dr. McGhee is available for speaking as a keynote or featured as a panelist at your organization's next event.