You are here: About Us Jeff Matranga, Ph.D., ABPP
As the clinical director and owner of Health Psych Maine, Dr. Jeff Matranga is grateful to be surrounded by a team of excellent professionals and support staff. For treatment, Dr. Matranga focuses on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based CBT applied in an individualized, compassionate manner. Dr. Matranga is a psychologist specializing in:
30 years of experience working in medical settings providing integrated and collaborative health psychology-related care.
Diplomate (ABPP) in Clinical Health Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology (1996).
Fellow, American Academy of Clinical Health Psychology (ACHP) since 1996.
Board of Directors, American Academy of Clinical Health Psychology (ACHP), 2011-2016.
Advisory Board for the Prevention and Healthy Living program at MaineGeneral Medical Center, 2013-present. Created by the philanthropy of Peter Alfond, the programs offer affordable wellness programs in topics ranging from healthy cooking to meditation and yoga.
Teacher of the Year, 2010, awarded from the graduating Family Medicine residents of the Maine-Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency program for “outstanding teaching and dedication to our education and growth.”
President of Maine Psychological Association, 2012 & 2013. Have served in other roles over the years, including President-Elect, 2010 & 2011; Past-President 2014 & 2015.
Served on Maine Board of Examiners of Psychologists, 2002-2003.
Post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Medicine, University of Utah Medical Center, August, 1987 – August, 1988.
Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology (450 classroom hours) awarded in 2002.
Passed the Psychopharmacology Examination for Psychologists (PEP) in 2004.
Director of Psychology and Director of Behavioral Medicine at MaineGeneral Medical Center (formerly Mid-Maine Medical Center), 1991-1998.
Have given several presentations at national meetings of the American Psychological Association and to various groups within the state of Maine including physician groups, psychologists, nurse practitioners, diabetes educators, counselors, and other collaborating professionals.
Dr. Matranga has enjoyed running since 1973 and has been balancing that with regular yoga since 2008; he enjoys taking classes from his favorite instructors – his wife, Jeri Wilson, and other teachers at School Street Yoga. He has been meditating daily for several years. Dr. Matranga and his wife completed their first full marathon (26.2 miles) together in January of 2018, approaching the training as an extension of their mindfulness practice. They both trained for the Missoula Marathon in July of 2018, but Jeri developed an injury; Dr. Matranga ran it with their son. They are now training for the Tucson Marathon in December of 2018.