Meet Dr. Reutter

Dr Kirby Reutter is a bilingual clinical psychologist in both Texas and Ohio with a dozen mental health credentials and over 13 years of clinical experience.

Dr. Reutter is also trained / certified in the following models of psychotherapy: Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.

Dr. Reutter has conducted international research on spiritual coping, which has been published by three different sources. Dr. Reutter has spoken widely throughout the continent on trauma and coping, including MIT, the US Marines, and the International Conference on Human Trafficking.

As a bilingual therapist, Dr. Reutter has participated in four live appearances on Spanish radio (with broadcast in 3 states). Most recently, Dr. Reutter conducted a TEDx Talk on the effects of human trafficking on both the brain and society.  

Professional Achievements

  • BA in Spanish (CT, 2002); MA in Clinical Psychology (VT, 2009); PhD in Psychology (AZ, 2012)
  • Bilingual in Spanish / English; can additionally read basic Portuguese, French, Italian
  • Recognized as a New England Scholar in 2002 / NCU Alumni of the Year in 2018
  • Invited to present original international research at MIT in 2015
  • Invited to speak 4 times at the International Conference on Human Trafficking in Toledo, Ohio
  • Invited to provide training for the US Military (Marines) in 2017 and 2018
  • Currently providing consultation for leading national mental health training organization
  • 8 scholarly publications and 4 live appearances on Spanish radio (with broadcast in 3 states)
  • Provided TEDx Talk on the effects of human trafficking on the brain and society in 2018
  • Conducted public speaking in 60 cities across the US (ranging from coast to coast and Alaska)

Licenses, Certifications, and Credentials

  • Licensed Psychologist – Texas and Ohio
  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor – Indiana
  • DBT Certified; TF-CBT Certified, EMDR Trained
  • Certified Alcohol & Drug Addiction Counselor (Level IV)
  • Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor
  • National Endorsed Co-Occurring Disorders Professional
  • National Certified Adolescent Addictions Counselor
  • Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
  • Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider
  • Certified Tele-Behavioral Health Professional
  • A-CRA Certified Therapist and Supervisor
  • Master Addiction Counselor

Recent Publications

Just signed contract with New Harbinger to write DBT self-help trauma workbook!  Please stay tuned for 2019 release!

Reutter, KK (2014). Religious and Spiritual Coping: Current Research, Future Directions. Lambert Academic Publishing.

Reutter, KK; & Bigatti, SM (2014). Religiosity and Spirituality as Resiliency Resources: Moderation, Mediation, or Moderated Mediation? Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 53(1): 56-72.

Reutter, KK & Bigatti, SM (2015). Spirituality and Mental Health: Current Understanding and Future Trends.  In E. C. Roberts (Ed), Spirituality: Global Practices, Societal Attitudes, and Effects on Health. Nova Science Publishers.

Reutter, KK (2015). A Feminist Critique of Traditional Conceptualizations for Female Agoraphobia. Ohio Psychologist, 62, 17-19.

Reutter, KK (2016). Integrated and Brief: A Meta-Framework for the Modern Psychologist. Ohio Psychologist, 63, 16-18.

Reutter, KK and Wilson-DeVries, SN (2017). Survival Packet: Treatment Guide for Individual, Group, and Family Counseling. Self-Published.

Reutter, KK (2017). Trauma and the Question of Repressed Memories: A Brief Overview. Ohio Psychologist, 64, 9-11.

Wilson-DeVries, SN and Reutter, KK (2018) Truth or Scare? Setting the Record Straight on Sports and Human TraffickingTexas Psychologist, 77, 16-18

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