Michael T. Guilbault, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in both Washington DC and the state of Maryland. He joined the UMD Psychology Clinic as a Clinical Assistant Professor in 2012.  He specializes in administering and supervising psychoeducational evaluations on both adolescents and adults.  He also works in partnership with the University’s athletic department on student-athlete testing referrals. Dr. Guilbault received his PhD in Counseling Psychology from Howard University in 2010.  He completed his doctoral training, and currently works fulltime as a staff psychologist, at DC Superior Court's Child Guidance Clinic – an APA accredited forensic training site in Washington DC. Additionally, he has served as an adjunct professor in the graduate Counseling program at Trinity Washington University since 2012 teaching the following courses: Principles and Theories of Counseling, Counseling and Group Process, and Practicum in Counseling.  Contractually, he completes assessments for the Division of Parole and Probation (Maryland) and the US Department of Labor. From 2010 to 2016, he was employed with the State of Maryland's Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services at a maximum security treatment facility.  His clinical interests are in forensic psychology and assessment, minority health and wellness, and social justice and advocacy.  He is the author of several articles and has presented at various annual conferences. He currently serves on The Journal of Negro Education's Young Scholars Editorial Board.  His undergraduate degree was attained at the University of Maryland, College Park in 1998 (Kinesiology).   

Doctoral Programs

  • Clinical


  • PhD, Counseling Psychology
Michael T. Guilbault, Ph.D.
Biology - Psychology Building, Rm. 2114
Department of Psychology
mtgphd [at] umd.edu