Dr. Jennifer Bruce-McGoldrick

PsyD, Clinical Director 

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Dr. McGoldrick is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over twenty years of clinical experience serving diverse populations in a variety of settings. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Florida, she began her post-graduate work at the Florida Institute of Technology in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. With that Master of Science degree, she earned her certification as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and provided services to young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as various other behavioral challenges and developmental disabilities. After completing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Dr. McGoldrick entered a residency training program with the United States Air Force and served 4 years as an active duty psychologist.  During her time in the service, she treated active duty and retired service members, and led various treatment and service programs on her military base, including the Drug Demand Reduction Program, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program, and the Traumatic Stress Response Team.  Since leaving the service, she has worked as a psychologist at the Tampa VA hospital, a contract medical reviewer for the army, and a consultant in numerous nursing care clinics. Since 2015, Dr. McGoldrick has worked as a utilization management specialist for a large insurance company where she serves as the Director of Behavioral Health Psychology Services, leading a team of psychologist reviewers.  

Currently, Dr. McGoldrick serves as WellQor’s Clinical Director for the states of Florida and Indiana. She leads a multidisciplinary team of clinicians treating a diverse population of patients.  She oversees the assessment, treatment, and care planning for all patients under her clinicians’ care and is passionate about leading a team that is committed to improving the lives of their patients through compassionate care and evidence-based treatment practices.