Dr. James Randall Noblitt is a Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Clinical Psy.D. Program and Coordinator for the Multi-Interest Option of the Clinical PhD and PsyD Programs at the Los Angeles campus of Alliant International University. He earned a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Texas as an Air Force Institute of Technology Scholar. His clinical internship was at the USAF Medical Center, Wright-Patterson AFB. OH. Subsequently he served as an Air Force clinical psychologist at Lakenheath AB, England, and Sheppard AFB Regional Hospital, TX. In 1984 he opened a clinical psychology practice in Dallas, TX that he continued until his move to Los Angeles in 2006 to join the Alliant faculty.
Psychotherapy practice and research, dissociation and dissociative disorders, psychological disabilities, disability determination, cult and ritual abuse
Noblitt, J. R. & Noblitt, P. P. [in press]. Backlash Against Allegations of Sexual Assault. In Gina Robertiello (Ed.). Sexual harassment and misconduct: An encyclopedia. ABC-CLIO.
Noblitt, J. R. & Noblitt, P. P. (2020). Navigating Social Security disability: A handbook for clinicians and advocates. Praeger.
Noblitt, R. & Noblitt, P. (2017). The role of clinicians in Social Security disability determination. In A. Clark (Ed.). Social Security: Programs, Perspectives, and Future Directions (pp. 35‒70). Nova Science.
Dana Rafael’s Family & Noblitt, R. (2016, April 6). Dana Rafael: In memoriam. Anthropology News, Retrieved from http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2016/04/06/dana-raphael/
Noblitt, R. & Noblitt, P. (2014). Cult and ritual abuse: Narratives, evidence, and healing approaches (3rd ed.). Praeger.
Noblitt, J.R., & Noblitt, P. (2012). Possession, ritual abuse, and dissociation. In A. Brown-Miller (Ed.). Violence and abuse in society: Understanding a global crisis. Praeger.
Noblitt, J.R., & Noblitt, P. (2012). Cult and ritual trauma disorder. In A. Brown-Miller (Ed.). Violence and abuse in society: Understanding a global crisis. Praeger.
Noblitt, R. & Noblitt, P. (2012). Social Security disability criteria and substance abuse. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 43(2), 94–99. doi: 10.1037/a0027454
Noblitt, R. (2011). Opening Pandora’s box. Interact, 11(1), 39−42.
Lee, K. C. & Noblitt, R. (2010, March-April). Overlooked challenges of international psychology graduate students. The National Psychologist, p. 23.
Noblitt, R. & Noblitt, P. (2010). Psychologists and the economics of Social Security disability programs. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 4 (3), 274−279.
Noblitt, R. (2010). An unintended speclalty. Voices, 46(3), 61−68.
Noblitt, R. & Noblitt, P. (2009). Getting from here to there: Dissociation, disability, and survival. Voices, 45(2), 38−43.
Noblitt, R. and Noblitt, P. (Eds.). (2008). Ritual abuse in the twenty-first century: Psychological, forensic,social and political considerations. Robert D. Reed.