DATHAN LANDON-FREEMAN, PHD
Department of Clinical Psychology
Clinical Assistant Professor
Dathan Landon-Freeman, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and licensed professional counselor.
He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Pennsylvania State University and
master's and doctoral degree in counseling psychology from Oklahoma State University.
Dr. Landon-Freeman specializes in anxiety, trauma and substance use and has extensive
experience providing care to children and adolescents, adults and older adults. He
completed his internship training at the Philadelphia Veterans Affair Medical Center
where he briefly served as a staff psychologist. Dr. Landon-Freeman most recently
worked in the technology sector and was responsible for adapting evidence-based practices
Dr. Landon-Freeman currently provides outpatient psychotherapy in private practice,
where he uses his extensive experience in cognitive-behavioral therapy to support
those managing anxiety, phobias and trauma. Dr. Landon-Freeman also provides psychological
assessment in several states in hopes of expanding access to this service. Dr. Landon-Freeman
joins PCOM with significant teaching experience and has taught undergraduate and graduate
level psychology courses in psychopathology, research and statistics, and cultural
diversity. Lastly, Dr. Landon-Freeman provides mentorship and supervision to psychology
and counseling students and trainees.
- PhD in Counseling Psychology, Oklahoma State University
- MS in Counseling Psychology, Oklahoma State University
- BS in Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
- Behavior Therapy
- Practicum VII