Peter Mayfield

last updated 1/28/2017

Peter N. Mayfield

Youngest President In the History at Georgia Psychological Association

Location:
13 Corporate Blvd. NE Suite 220, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

General Information

Experience

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences - Emory University

state licensing board for psychologists

Education

PhD

Affiliations

Board of Trustees - American Board of Professional Psychology Inc

Member, American Board - Professional Psychology Board of Trustees

Recent News  

GPA Past President Dr. Peter Mayfield Announcement - Georgia Psychological Association

Peter N. Mayfield, PhD died on Wednesday, July 20, 2016.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Annette C. Mayfield, and daughters Anne Scarlett Mayfield and Julie V. Mayfield and her husband Jim Grode. In 1971, Peter was elected the youngest President in the history of the Georgia Psychological Association (GPA). He became active in the American Board of Professional Psychology and was elected to its Board of Trustees in 1978. Maintaining his full time practice, Peter served four terms on the Ethics Committee of GPA. Peter was appointed by Governor Joe Frank Harris to the state licensing board for psychologists in 1987 and later became Board President. Peter enjoyed teaching; he made numerous presentations and wrote several articles and book chapters. In the mid-1970s, he was appointed as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University. He continued this work for 25 years until he retired from teaching and was appointed Adjunct Professor Emeritus at Emory. Peter retired from his clinical practice in 2014 after 52 years.

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http://www.gapsychology.org/news/307242/GPA-Past-President-Dr.-Peter-Mayfield-Announcement.htm

Peter N. Mayfield, PhD died on Wednesday, July 20, 2016.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Annette C. Mayfield, and daughters Anne Scarlett Mayfield and Julie V. Mayfield and her husband Jim Grode. In 1971, Peter was elected the youngest President in the history of the Georgia Psychological Association (GPA). He became active in the American Board of Professional Psychology and was elected to its Board of Trustees in 1978. Maintaining his full time practice, Peter served four terms on the Ethics Committee of GPA. Peter was appointed by Governor Joe Frank Harris to the state licensing board for psychologists in 1987 and later became Board President. Peter enjoyed teaching; he made numerous presentations and wrote several articles and book chapters. In the mid-1970s, he was appointed as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University. He continued this work for 25 years until he retired from teaching and was appointed Adjunct Professor Emeritus at Emory. Peter retired from his clinical practice in 2014 after 52 years.

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Association news

* Peter N. Mayfield , PhD , a clinical psychologist in private practice in Atlanta , specializing in adult psychotherapy.He is also the police and public safety psychologist for a suburban jurisdiction and an adjunct assistant professor of psychiatry at the Emory University School of Medicine.Mayfield is past-president of the state licensing board and of the Georgia Psychological Association , where he also served two terms on the Ethics Committee.He has also served on the American Board of Professional Psychology Board of Trustees.

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