Dr. David Wall, Ph.D., has written an article that was just accepted for publication in Journal of Psychiatric Research titled “Self-harm History Predicts Resistance to Inpatient Treatment of Body Shape Aversion in Women with Eating Disorders: The Role of Negative Affect.” Authors: Olantunji, B.O., Cox, R., Ebesutani, C., Wall, D.
David Wall is a Licensed Psychologist with a PhD from California School of Professional Psychology. He completed his internship at the University of California at Berkeley. He also received his Masters of Divinity from Fuller Seminary, and served as a youth director as well as a Chaplain Candidate in the US Air Force.
Dr. Wall was Director of Psychology at Remuda Ranch for almost 20 years, treating girls and women with eating disorders. He is certified by the International Eating Disorder Foundation to treat eating disorders and is certified by the International OCD Foundation to treat OCD and related disorders. He has presented at national conferences, published articles in scientific journals and co-authored/edited a book on eating disorders.