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Mark Hogue Psy. D. 

Clinical Psychologist / Senior Partner

Dr. Mark Hogue received his Bachelors and Masters degrees from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, and his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1996.  His specialization tracks were in Behavior Medicine and Health Psychology with a focus on neuropsychology.  He completed his doctoral internship at the Erie Psychological Consortium.  He part owner of Northshore Psychological Associates and Northshore Neurosciences. He served as the president of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association from 2010-2011.   He has served on numerous committees for PPA over the years, and he also served on the Pennsylvania Psychological Foundation Board.  He is a past president of the Northwestern Pennsylvania Psychological Association centered in Erie, Pa.   Dr. Hogue was awarded the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Presidential  Heiser Award for Legislative Advocacy in 2005.  He is a member of APA’s Division 40: Neuropsychology, and Division 47: Research and Science of Sport Psychology.  He also served for four years as the chair of the Outreach Committee for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP), which is an international organization of sport and exercise psychologists. 
Dr. Hogue is co-director of Player Personnel and Character Development in partnership with Core Five Analytics for the Erie Otters Hockey Club of the OHL. He also serves as their Sport Psychologist and Chaplain through Hockey Ministries International.  He is a consulting sport psychologist to the “Character Matters” organization, centered in Phoenix, Az. He works closely with UPMC Hamot, Saint Vincent, and Meadville Sports Medicine clinics with sport injury recovery and concussion management, as well as in areas of performance enhancement.  His practice in Erie is largely centered around Behavioral Medicine and Medical psychology, and he is the consulting psychologist to NeuroRestorative, Pa.; a head injury rehabilitation facility.  He is the consulting psychologist to 4 other extended care/assisted living facilities in the Erie area and he is on consulting staff at 4 hospitals in Erie as well. 
Indiana University of PA   
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, 1996



Edinboro University of PA.     

M.A.  Professional Psychology, 1978



Edinboro University of PA.  

B.A.  Psychology, 1976



Professional Affiliations, Designations:


American Psychological Association (APA)

Member - Awarded the Heiser Award for Legislative Advocacy, 2005 presented in Washington, D.C.. Member of Division 40, Neuropsychology.  Member of Division 47, Research and Science of Sport Psychology.


Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA)

Fellow -  Past President 2010-11.  Professional Psychology Board, past chair. Served on numerous committees including Legislative and Governmental Affairs, Hospital Practice, Leadership Development, Membership. Served on the Pennsylvania Psychological Foundation Board 


Northwest Pennsylvania Psychological Association (NWPPA) - Member - Past President, served on Legislative and Governmental Affairs Committee.       


Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP)

Member- Served as Chair of the Organizational Outreach Committee. 2004-2008


National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN)



Hockey Ministry International (HMI): Designated Chaplain - Erie Otters Hockey Club (OHL) 2004-present


Character Matters: Consulting Psychologist

Professional Appointments,
Hospital Affiliations


Allied Health Professional, UPMC Hamot Medical Center

201 State Street, Erie, PA  16501


Allied Health Professional, Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Erie

143 East 2nd. Street, Erie, PA.  16507


Allied Health Professional, Select Specialty Hospital of Erie

201 State Street, Erie, PA  16501


Allied Health Professional, St. Vincent Health Center

232 West 25th Street, Erie, PA 16544

Professional Awards:

Karl F. Heiser Presidential Award: American Psychological Association, 2005



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