Deputy Director, MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology Program
School of Psychology and Counseling



  • Treatment Issues in Psychopharmacology: Affective Disorders PSYC 7940
  • Treatment Issues in Psychopharmacology: Psychotic Disorders PSYC 7945
  • Treatment Issues in Psychopharmacology: Anxiety Disorders PSYC 7950
  • Treatment Issues in Psychopharmacology: Other Disorders PSYC 7955


  • Clinical Psychopharmacology
  • Prescriptive Authority for Psychologists
  • Telehealth


  • BA, New Mexico State University
  • MS, Purdue University
  • PhD, The University of Iowa
  • MSCP, Fairleigh Dickinson

Academic Profile

Lynette A. Pujol is a clinical psychologist and full-time psychopharmacology prescriber. She completed a two-year clinical and research fellowship in Behavioral Medicine. She was subsequently employed in an anesthesiology-based pain management practice at a large medical school where she performed research and provided clinical services. Dr. Pujol has been the Primary Investigator or Co-Investigator on studies involving spinal cord stimulation, functional restoration, diabetes prevention, sleep, and treatment of suicidal concerns. She currently prescribes psychotropic medications in a large military hospital. She writes and publishes on topics related to evidence-based medicine delivered through tele-behavioral health, the application of technology, and psychopharmacology.

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