1/92 – 6/92 Trainee, University Affiliated Cincinnati Center for Developmental Disorders. Activities during this brief training experience included administration of psychological tests and attendance of multi- disciplinary seminars, under the supervision of George Vesprani, Ph.D.
3/92 – 7/92 Co-therapist, parent training group for the Temperament Project, University of Cincinnati. I was responsible for leading parent training sessions for parents of children identified as temperamentally “difficult” (2 groups), under the supervision of Lisa Sheeber, Ph.D.
9/92 – 8/93 Therapist, Crisis Intervention Walk-In-Clinic, University of Cincinnati. Therapy and vocational counseling with adults were my primary responsibilities, under the supervision of Milt Foreman, Ph.D.
9/93 – 8/94 Psychology Trainee, University Affiliated Cincinnati Center for Developmental Disorders. This training practicum emphasized multidisciplinary assessment and diagnosis, including test administration, report writing, presentations at the multidisciplinary conferences, coordination/management of the evaluations and conferences, as well as parent conferences and follow-up in the community, under the supervision of George Vesprani, Ph.D.
9/94 – 8/95 Psychology Trainee, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Pediatric Psychology Services. This position included the following responsibilities: Psychotherapy with children and families; group therapy with children (inpatient and outpatient); inpatient and outpatient psychological assessment; diagnosis and treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, under the supervision of Janet Schultz, Ph.D.
9/95 – 8/96 NIMH Doctoral Fellow, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Hematology/Oncology. Activities included psychological and neuropsychological assessments, and psychotherapy with families of children with chronic illness, under the supervision of Robert Noll, Ph.D.
9/96 – 8/97 APA approved internship at the Oregon Health Sciences Child Development Center. The primary responsibilities involved multidisciplinary assessment and diagnosis, neuropsychological assessment, case coordination/management, psychotherapy with children and families, community consultations and outreach services, as well as research activities, under the supervision of Russell Jackson, Ph.D.
9/97 – 7/99 Post-doctoral Fellowship: University of Oregon, Oregon Social Learning Center. Duties included individual therapy with children/adolescents, and family therapy. I participated in the delivery of services for the therapeutic foster parents (e.g., parent training, consultations, etc.) and performed assessments of psychosocial and cognitive functioning. In addition, I was responsible for the development, coordination, and delivery of a group intervention for delinquent girls.
9/99-7/02 Assistant Professor, Pacific Graduate School of Psychology. Duties include supervision and instruction of graduate students in clinical psychology. My responsibilities include courses (e.g., Clinical Interviewing), and seminars, aimed at preparing students for external practicum experiences and internships.
8/02-present Assistant Professor, Washington State University. Current responsibilities include supervision of graduate students in clinical child psychology, involved in practicum activities at the Rehnberg & Walker Educational and Psychological Services, as well as provision of psychological evaluation and treatment services.
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