Gregory Moffat PhD

Gregory K. Moffatt PhD

Licensing & Certifications:

  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor
  • Nationally Board Certified in Post Traumatic Stress

Professional Background

Dr. Gregory Moffatt has been a professor of Counseling Psychology for almost three decades and currently serves as Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Point University. Previously he was a part-time instructor at Georgia State University.

Dr. Moffatt has extensive experience on the subject of violent behavior. He was a regular lecturer at the FBI National Academy and has consulted numerous Corporations, law enforcement agencies, and schools. He remains a regular consultant and profiler with the Atlanta Cold Case Squad.

Professional Affiliations:

American Counseling Association
Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia
Association for Play Therapy
American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress


Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Georgia State University
M.A., Community Counseling, Georgia State University
B.Th. Theology,Atlanta Christian College

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Areas of Focus

Gregory K. Moffatt, Ph.D., brings decades of expertise in counseling psychology to his private practice, specializing in trauma, child abuse, and violence. As a respected professor and consultant, he is dedicated to advancing understanding and treatment in mental health and traumatic stress.

Gregory K. Moffatt utilizes a number of therapeutic approaches, including:

  • Child Abuse
  • Violence & Aggression
  • Mental Health
  • Trauma
Personality Disorders

Personality Disorders: Types, Symptoms, Treatments, & More

Personality disorders are life-long conditions that impact behavioral patterns. Those experiencing personality disorder symptoms often report relationship problems, impaired overall functioning, and emotional distress. The DSM identifies distinct personality disorders categorized as Cluster A, Cluster B, or Cluster C diagnoses.

April 4, 2020