MARY MADISON EAGLE

Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Mary Madison Eagle, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist in Arkansas, New York and Texas. She obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Houston and completed her clinical internship at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. Following her internship, Dr. Eagle completed a year of specialty training in forensic psychology through a fellowship at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Dr. Eagle's practice focuses on psychological assessment, with an emphasis on criminal litigation, civil litigation and psychoeducational assessment.  

Dr. Eagle's training and experience includes a wide array of clinical settings and activities: court-ordered criminal forensic evaluations of competence to stand trial and mental state at the time of the offense; pre-employment evaluations of security staff; personal injury evaluations; evaluation and treatment of adults and adolescents in inpatient facilities; educational diagnostic evaluations; outpatient psychotherapy; assessment and treatment of incarcerated offenders; substance abuse treatment; and couples therapy. Dr. Eagle has presented research on forensic psychological assessment and ethics in psychological practice at several conferences nationwide.


 

AREA OF PRACTICE

Clinical and Forensic Psychology

LICENSE

Licensed Psychologist, Texas (#36456)
Licensed Psychologist, Arkansas (#16-18P)

Licensed Psychologist, New York (#022147)

EDUCATION

2015 - Ph.D. University of Houston
2010 - B.S. Vanderbilt University


PUBLICATIONS

Christian, C., Eagle, M.M., and Falwell, S. (2017) Developing a social media policy for

your independent practice. Texas Psychologist, 76(3), 9-11.

Vincent, J.P., Inman, T., Eagle, M.M., & Stewart, A.K. (2015) Psychological trauma: What every litigator needs to know. The  Houston Lawyer, 53(1), 22-25.

Vincent, J.P., Stewart, A.K., Inman, T., & Eagle, M.M. (2013) The DSM-5:  Implications for forensic assessment of psychological trauma in civil litigation. Texas Psychologist, 65(5), 5-9.


PRESENTATIONS

Eagle, M.M., Falwell, S., & Christian, C. (November 2018) The Business of an Energized

Independent Practice. Symposium presented at the annual convention of the Texas

Psychological Association, Frisco, Texas.


Albritton, B. & Eagle, M.M. (November 2018) Forensic Interviews of Children and

Adolescents. Symposium presented at the annual convention of the Texas Psychological

Association, Frisco, Texas.


Venta, A., Eagle, M.M., Fein, R., Magyar, M., Mercado, A., Ratcliff, C., Reuter, T., Ross, E.,

& Ruths, I. (November 2017) Developing a Specialty: Early Career Psychologist and Student Forum.

Symposium presented at the annual convention of the Texas Psychological Association,

Houston, Texas.

Eagle, M.M., Hossein, S., Venta, A., & Sharp, C. (November 2014). An examination of the Borderline Features subscale of the Personality Assessment Inventory – Adolescent (PAI - A) using Item Response Theory. Poster session presented at the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference in Philadelphia, PA.

Vincent, J.P., Inman, T., Eagle, M.M., Harris, G., & Hays, J.R. (November 2013). Psychological Trauma: Practical and Ethical Implications of DSM-V in Civil Litigation. Symposium presented at the Texas Psychological Association Conference in Houston, TX.

Eagle, M.M., Stewart, A.K., & Vincent, J.P. (November 2013). The Miller Forensic Assessment of Symptoms Test (M-FAST): An item response theory evaluation. Poster session presented at the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Conference in Nashville, TN.

Eagle, M.M & Sharp, C. (July, 2013) The Youth Psychopathic traits Inventory: An Item Response Theory Study. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association Conference in Honolulu, HI.

Eagle, MM., Savoy, E., Burris-Garner, E., & Vincent, J.P. (November, 2012). Assessment of Juror Reasoning for Compensatory Damage Award Allocation in Sexual Harassment Cases. Poster session presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

Venta, A., Ross, L., Reuter, T., Eagle, M.M., & Sharp, C. (November, 2012). A Behavioral Economics Assessment of Interpersonal Trust among Adolescents with ODD. Poster session presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

Eagle, M.M., Seals, R., & Sharp, C. (August, 2012). The Antisocial Process Screening Device and the Youth Psychopathic traits Inventory in an adolescent inpatient sample. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association conference in Orlando, Florida.

Burris-Garner, E., Eagle, M.M., Savoy, E., & Vincent, J.P. (August 2012). The effect of compliance with jury instructions on damage awards in simulated civil sexual harassment litigation. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association conference in Orlando, Florida.

Savoy, E., Burris-Garner, E., Eagle, M.M., & Vincent, J.P. (August, 2012). The Role of Empathy in Mock Juror Decisions in Sexual Harassment Cases. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association conference in Orlando, Florida.

Farr, C. Burk, B., Vincent, J.P, & Eagle, M.M. (March 2012). Does the J-SOAP-II Predict Institutional Sexual Misconduct in Male Juvenile Sexual Offenders? Poster session presented at the American Psychology and Law Association conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Christiansen, A.K., Eagle, M.M., Ruths, I.J.&Vincent, J.P. (August, 2011). Assessment of litigation history and malingering measures among personal injury litigants. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association conference in Washington D.C.

Ruths, I.J., Christiansen, A.K., Eagle, M.M., & Vincent, J.P. (August 2011). The effect of prior mental health issues on symptom presentation in simulated civil litigation. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Association conference in Washington, D.C.

Vincent, J.P. & Eagle, M.M. (March 2011). Psychological trauma in the wake of disaster. Invited presentation at the Harris County Emergency Disaster and Preparedness and the Law Conference at South Texas College of Law in Houston, TX.

 

To read more of Dr. Eagle’s background, download her C.V. here.

 

CONTACT

marymadison@swcf.net

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f: 214-265-1425

 

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