Dr. Kamman received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of
Professional Psychology in San Diego in 1977. Prior to that he obtained a BA in Philosophy and Classical Languages. He also received a Masters Degree in Physics and Chemistry from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He taught high school physics and mathematics for 5 years in the Buffalo area. After receiving his doctorate, Dr. Kamman worked at Catholic Family Services in San Diego, seeing individuals, couples and families. He was the Coordinator of Professional Services there for 5 years. He returned to his home town and worked for 32 years at the Buffalo Psychiatric Center, treating seriously and persistently mentally ill patients. During that time, he worked mainly on the Admissions Ward, seeing individual patients and running groups and doing psychological evaluations. He conducted Risk Assessments for Violent Individuals and Risk Assessments for Sexual Offenders. He was the Director of Psychology Training at the psychiatric center for 18 years. He was appointed an Adjunct Professor in the Counseling Psychology Department at the University of Buffalo and served in that capacity for 29 years, teaching courses in assessment. In addition, Dr. Kamman maintained a small private practice focusing on adult assessments. He moved to Maine in 2012 and subsequently worked at Psychological Services of Southern Maine doing psychological evaluations.