Russell A. Bourne, Jr., Ph.D. 

1025 Military Trail,Suite 1 13 
Jupiter, FL 33458

 

Russell A. Bourne, Jr., Ph.D. (University of Virginia) is pleased to affiliate his practice with the office of Mark Gocke, M.D., VJ.P. Dr. Bourne, a clinical psychologist, has been on staff at Jupiter Medical Center since 2006 and currently serves on the hospital's Medical Ethics Committee. Dr. Bourne is licensed by the Florida Department of Health (Psychologist # PY5579) and the Virginia Department of Health Professions (Clinical Psychologist #980). He is a past President (2011 & 2012) of the Florida Psychological Association, Palm Chapter and is currently on the Legislative Affairs and Public Policy Board. 

Prior to coming to Florida, Dr. Bourne was on the faculties  of  Randolph­ Macon College and The University of Virginia. He served as Associate Dean and Director of Randolph-Macon's Counseling  Center  and was  President  of the Virginia Ericksonian Institute, an educational training center for mental health professionals. Dr. Bourne has served as a consultant to the Florida and Virginia Judicial Systems, municipal law enforcement departments as well as to various businesses and the media. He worked with the Central Intelligence Agency for 24 years. 

A frequent presenter at national conferences, Dr. Bourne has authored more than twenty publications in the areas of psychotherapy, developmental psychology, alternative medicine, hypnotherapy, and psychodiagnosis. He recently produced the self-help audio CD series, Mindful Eating and Mindful Go!f. 

An avid sportsman and former marathon runner, Dr. Bourne  is  a  licensed Coast Guard Captain and certified open-water/ nitrox scuba diver who enjoys golf, boating, surfing, and diving in his spare time. He and his wife, Nancy, a Presidential Award-winning teacher with Palm Beach County Schools, live in Jupiter Inlet Colony. 

Dr. Bourne is available to a variety of patients including those suffering from anxiety, depression and stress; those with marital and/or relational difficulties; those needing pre-surgical evaluations, and those wanting a greater understanding of themselves and their behavior.