Dr. Michael A. Borders

  • CEO of Growth Process Integration, Incorporated

Dr. Michael A. Borders is the CEO of Growth Process Integration, Incorporated. He has studied psychology and religious theology since his dual major bachelor’s degree (with honors) from Loyola College in Maryland in 1984. He completed the Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Tarleton State University of Central Texas, With a Marriage and Family Therapy specialization in 1989. He earned the Doctor of Psychology Degree in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena California where he also conducted extensive study in the integration of psychology and religious theology; completing his doctoral dissertation concerning measurement of the psychosocial effects of psychological warfare in 1993. He has taught various graduate and undergraduate psychology courses and developed graduate and post-graduate training for the U.S. Army. He is a published author and Board Certified in clinical, forensic, and trauma psychology. He is a Certified Medical Investigator (CMI) Level IV (of V), and Certified in Homeland Security Level V (of V). His specialties include psychological assessment, Christian theological psychology and spirituality integration, and the treatment of adolescent and adult psychopathology, couples therapy, family therapy, and group therapy. He is trained in hypnosis, biofeedback, medical and neuropsychology and the use of the quantitative electroencephalogram to enhance performance (QEEG). He has worked extensively with military families, and consults with a variety of national, international, governmental and non-governmental organizations to assist with needs analysis, productivity and performance enhancement strategies, communication mastery, and problem focused solutions to provide a highly integrated successful work force. He also consults with multinational organizations for the selection and assessment of high-risk occupations personnel. His emphasis in this Global War on Terrorism era is on the selection of personnel in law enforcement and security occupations, preparation for overseas assignments in austere and hostile environments with the threat of terrorist operations and hostage taking, pre-nation building and peace keeping operations preparation, and mitigation of any inter-operational and post-operational psychological concerns such as those concerning responses to post- deployment traumatic and operational stress responses. Of special emphasis are the individuals and families of military and civilian personnel with multiple combat, nation building, and peace keeping deployments. He has presented several workshops on clinical, forensic, and organizational psychology topics. An expert in the integration of psychology and spirituality in work and life Dr. Michael A. Borders enjoys public speaking, and personal effectiveness coaching to help others reach their creative potential.



Contact Information

Dr. Michael A. Borders
Cochise, AZ

Telephone: 520-826-0299

Profession: Clinical & Forensic Psychology

Specialty: Combat trauma; dissociative disorders; police, military, and high risk occupations psychology.

Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress
Diplomate, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
Fellow, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
Board Certified in Forensic Traumatology
Certified in Acute Traumatic Stress Management