Angelynne (Angie) Amick McMullan, Ph.D.

Dr. Angie McMullan of BPMMB Birmingham, Alabama

Dr. McMullan is a partner with Bair, Peacock, McDonald, McMullan, and Bell, P.C.

She provides the following services:

  • Individual therapy for adults and adolescents

  • Couples, marital, and pre-marital counseling

  • ADHD assessment and treatment

  • Assistance in seeking academic and testing accommodations

  • Personality and cognitive assessment


Dr. McMullan frequently works with the following concerns:

  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Anxiety

  • Depression and Bipolar Disorder

  • Life transitions

  • ADHD (adolescents and adults)

  • Relationship problems

  • Divorce

  • Chronic illness

  • Grief


Skills learned by Dr. McMullan’s clients include:

  • Stress management

  • Regulating emotions and self soothing

  • Eliminating self-defeating behaviors

  • Developing optimism

  • Interpersonal effectiveness

  • Conflict resolution

  • Executive functioning, time management, and organization

  • Parenting skills

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Dr. Angie McMullan with BPMMB is a member of the Birmingham Collaborative Alliance

      A Collaborative Law Mental Health Professional, Dr. McMullan coaches clients through a collaborative approach to divorce.  She serves on the Board of the Birmingham Collaborative Alliance and is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.


     Dr. McMullan received her M.S. (1983) and Ph.D. (1985) from the University of Georgia.  She completed internship and post-doctoral training at the Medical University of South Carolina, specializing in PTSD.  Dr. McMullan taught undergraduate psychology (UGA; College of Charleston), and was Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at MUSC.  She directed one of the nation’s first programs for Vietnam Veterans with PTSD (Charleston, SC, VAMC).  In 1990, Dr. McMullan joined the UAB Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology.  She trained medical students, residents, psychology interns, and post-docs. With the birth of her first child, she became a stay-at-home mother for seven years before returning to private practice.  Dr. McMullan is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Alabama Psychological Association, and holds licenses in Alabama and South Carolina (currently inactive).  For more information on awards, professional activities, publications and presentations, please click on Curriculum Vita.