Douglas Craddock, LMHC
Director of Therapeutic Services
Douglas “Doug” Edward Craddock, LMHC is the director of therapeutic services for Psychiatric Medical Care (PMC). A U.S. Air Force veteran, Doug joined PMC in the fall of 2016 and brings more than 30 years of experience in the behavioral healthcare field.
Prior to joining PMC, Doug held various management and clinical positions within the behavioral health industry. Many years of his career were devoted to providing and managing care for adults, children and senior populations with a significant work history in community mental health care, managed care, inpatient and outpatient treatment.
In 1984, Doug was recognized as “Outstanding Young Men of America” after writing the children’s disorder chapters of United Behavioral Healthcare’s first corporate “Best Practice” manual.
Doug received his B.A. in Psychology from Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He earned his master’s degree in marriage and family counseling from Wright State University, and a post-master’s clinical counseling certification from the University of Dayton. In 2018, Doug was elected to the board of the Association For Ambulatory Behavioral Healthcare.