Curriculum Vitae

Updated:   January, 2013

CURRICULUM VITAE

Clare M. Rountree, Ph.D., HSPP, R.C.E.

Licensed Psychologist (HI, IN)

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LICENSURE AND CREDENTIALS

Hawaii Licensed Psychologist, #1001.

Indiana Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider in
Psychology: 20042157A.  

Registrant #51751, National Register of Health Service
Providers in Psychology.

Registered Custody Evaluator (R.C.E.); Academy Fellow,
Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators (PACE).


EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy     May, 2005             
Ball State University, Muncie, IN    
Major:  Counseling Psychology
Cognate:  Multicultural Counseling



Master of Arts      August, 1996
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, Illinois
Major: Clinical-Adult Psychology   

Bachelor of Arts       May 1994
University of Missouri-St Louis
Major: Psychology
Minor: Art History


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Hawaii Psychological Association, Member

American Psychological Association Member (Primary Division
17) Member Division 42 Media Psychology and Member
DIvision 35 Psychology of Women

Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators (PACE) Academy
Fellow


VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

Mental Health Education: A Moment of Clarity: KITV Honolulu,
HI. Regular Television feature aimed at highlighting various
mental health issues for purpose of public education, 2011-
2012.

Team Captain, NAMI Walks
Organized and led fundraising walk as Team Captain for the
first NAMI Walks in Hawaii, August, 2007.  

Member, United Nations Volunteer Roster
Member of the roster of United Nations Volunteers to be
assigned up to six months at a time assisting with projects in
high-conflict areas globally.


Project Aftermath

Volunteer, October, 2005 – December, 2005. FEMA-
sponsored project providing assistance to Hurricane Katrina
and Hurricane Rita evacuees relocated to Indiana. Provided
linkage to area social, medical, housing services and
information regarding governmental services aimed at
assisting evacuees rebuild.  

Red Cross Disaster Response Team Volunteer

Operation Katrina Relief, September, 2005.  Provided Disaster
Mental Health Services to Red Cross Volunteers and Hurricane
Katrina victims in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Volunteer Group Facilitator

Drop-in Support Group for a Tobacco-Free Work
Environment, 2005.  This support group was offered for
Bloomington Hospital Systems, Inc. employees having
difficulty making it through the work day tobacco free after
the hospital implemented a tobacco-free environment.
Focused on stress reduction techniques and coping strategies
for healthier lifestyles.

Volunteer Instructor

Indiana University Medical School, 2004.  Instructed first-year
medical students in the developmental processes of child and
adolescents including psychosocial, cognitive, and
neurological development.

Volunteer Career Day Psychological Resident

Mentored high school students interested in psychology and
psychiatric careers during the Bloomington Hospital Systems,
Inc. Career Day Fair, 2004.

Outreach Facilitator

Provided outreach debriefing regarding the events of
September 11, 2001 to staff at the Liberty Village Nursing
Home, September, 2001.


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Owner, Clare M. Rountree, Ph.D., LLC January, 2008-present.
Individual, Couples, and Family psychotherapy services.

Chief Psychologist, Manakai O’ Malama Integrative Health
Care, March, 2009-present.  

Adjunct Professor, Hawaii Pacific University: January, 2010-
present

Clinical Supervisor, CARE Hawaii, Inc. August, 2008-Dec 31,
2008.
Provide Clinical Supervision to Community Based Case
Managers focusing on treatment planning, interventions,
diagnostics, and managing stress in the workplace.

ACT Team Leader/Qualified Mental Health Professional
CARE Hawaii, Inc., Honolulu, HI. June, 2007-August, 2008.
Oversee all clinical, administrative, and management activities
of the largest Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team in
the State of Hawaii. Supervise 23 mental health professionals
including psychiatrists, RN’s, LMFT’s, case managers, and
employment specialists. Using a transdisciplinary approach,
the ACT team’s mission is to assist consumers in their
recovery from serious and persistent mental illness and live
independent, rewarding lives.  

Outpatient Psychological Resident/Staff Psychologist
Four County Counseling Center, Logansport, IN. July, 2005-
March, 2007.  Provided individual, couples and family therapy
to children, adolescents, and adults in a service area covering
four counties in Indiana.  Conducted psychological
assessments on children, teens, and adults involving a variety
of referral questions.  Referral entities including circuit,
superior, and criminal courts, juvenile and adult probation,
internal referrals, area physicians and others. Specialized in
custody evaluations and bariatric surgery assessments.
Participated in weekly case consultations with a
multidisciplinary team to aid in client’s diagnostics and
treatment planning.  Completed progress reports for various
referral sources.   

(Completed doctoral dissertation research from January,
2004-December, 2005.)

Adjunct Faculty Member

Ivy Technical State College, Bloomington, IN. August, 2003-
December, 2003.  Taught four sections of Introduction to
Psychology to over 100 students at this two-year community
college.  Responsible for developing the entire course
curriculum.  Teacher Evaluation Mean Rating was 4.3 on a
scale of 1-5.   

Psychotherapist

Center for Psychological Development, Muncie, IN.  January,
2001-June, 2002.

Independently contracted to provide therapeutic services to a
myriad of child and adolescent clients presenting with a
variety of diagnoses including ADD/ADHD, adjustment
disorder, pervasive developmental disorders and depression.




Psychometrist

Independent Contractor to Paul Spengler, Ph.D., HSPP,
Muncie, IN. October, 2000-June, 2002. Administered and
scored various psychological tests to persons being evaluated
for child custody cases.  Tests used included the WRAT, WISC-
R, WPPSI, and the WAIS-III.

Psychometrist

Independent Contractor to Dr. Kenneth McCoy, Ph.D., HSPP,
Muncie, IN May, 2000-June, 2002. Administered and scored
various psychological instruments including the WAIS-III,
WISC-R, and the Wechsler Memory Scales, mental status
exams, and completed clinical interviews in order to determine
Social Security disability eligibility and Medicaid eligibility.

Psychotherapist

Independent Contractor to Dr. Kenneth McCoy, Ph.D., HSPP,
Anchor Behavioral Counseling, New Castle, IN, September,
2001-June, 2002.  Independently contracted to provide
psychotherapy to children and adults in a community mental
health setting.  

Clinical Child Therapist/Psychological Evaluator

Greasewood Springs Community School, Inc., Ganado, AZ
August, 1998-June, 1999. Obtained independent contract
with this community Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding school
to provide twenty hours per week of clinical therapy to
Navajo children in grades one through eight.  Administered,
scored and interpreted psychological measures utilized to
evaluate students’ eligibility for special education services.  
Prepared comprehensive psychological reports based on
administration data, and presented results to a multi-
disciplinary team of school professionals.  Participated in staff
consultations and clinical staffings.

Psychological Examiner, Aarlon, Ltd.

January, 1998-July, 1998.  Navajo Native American
Reservation, Northeast Arizona. Administered, scored and
interpreted psychometric instruments to determine special
education eligibility for Navajo grade school children at six
area Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding schools in Northern
Arizona.  Administered and interpreted objective and
projective instruments and coordinated testing dates and
sites with Bureau of Indian Affairs personnel.  Completed
over 75 psychological batteries.  Instruments used included
the WISC-R, MAT, WIAT, Woodcock Johnson, Bender Gestalt
and House-Tree-Person.

Clinical Child Counselor, Aarlon, Ltd.

October, 1997-May, 1998. Navajo Native American
Reservation, Northeast Arizona. Served as the clinical child
counselor at a Bureau of Indian Affairs boarding school in
Northern Arizona for approximately forty children in the
intensive residential guidance program, as well as for the non-
residential students.  Participated in consultations and
staffings with school personnel and conducted various
training programs for school and community personnel on
pertinent topics.  Primary therapeutic issues addressed
included parental alcoholism and incarceration, poverty,
adjustment to dorm life, fetal alcohol syndrome, and  
ADD/ADHD.

Family Counselor

Youth Services Program, Children’s Home and Aid Society,
Granite City, IL, June, 1996-October, 1997.  Provided family
therapy and crisis intervention services to adolescents aged
11-17 and their families in Madison County, IL.  Supervised
on-call advocates one day a week and one weekend a month.  
The Goal of the Youth Services Program is to provide
therapeutic services that might assist in the prevention of
children becoming wards of the state.  Particular emphasis
was placed on the exploration of long-standing destructive
family dynamics and ineffective communication patterns
between family members.

Team Leader

Project Head Start, East St. Louis, IL August, 1995-May,
1996.  Supervised two first-year clinical psychology graduate
students in the administration and interpretation of cognitive
measures used in Head Start. Conducted assessments for
over 80 inner-city children at four Head Start sites in the East
St. Louis area in both cognitive and personality domains.
Developed and implemented treatment plans for the children
and their families.  Engaged in multi-disciplinary staffings
regarding children identified as having cognitive and/or
emotional delays or disturbances.


PRACTICA AND SUPERVISED EXPERIENCES

Predoctoral Internship
The Center for Behavioral Health, Bloomington, Indiana.  
September 2002-August, 2003.  The Center ‘s predoctoral
internship was fully approved by the American Psychological
Association and included such training experiences as a major
rotation in the inpatient adult and adolescent psychiatric units
at Bloomington Hospital, and experience in the specialty clinic
for the Treatment of Anxiety and Phobic Disorders, which
utilizes an empirically supported manualized treatment.  
Intensive training in learning the treatment protocol and its
application was provided.  Other internship experiences
included psychological assessment, and the provision of
therapeutic services to clients in the child and adolescent
outpatient services.  In addition, after hours/evening on call
consultation for crisis calls and consultations/ brief
assessments at Bloomington Hospital were completed.  
Participated in weekly multidisciplinary team staffing, and was
responsible for the timely completion of all client-related
paperwork such as treatment plans and progress notes.

Doctoral Practicum in Counseling
Ball State University Practicum Clinic, Ball State University,
Muncie, IN.  August, 1999-May, 2002. Provided counseling
and assessment services to individuals, families, and couples.  
Performed ongoing evaluation of treatment effectiveness and
received weekly individual and group supervision.  Completed
clinical documentation including treatment plans, progress
notes, and psychosocial histories.

Supervisors:   Charlene Alexander, Ph.D., HSPP
                      Paul Spengler, Ph.D., HSPP

Doctoral Practicum in Clinical Supervision
Ball State University Practicum Clinic, Ball State University,
Muncie, IN.  January-May 2000, January-May, 2001. Doctoral-
level practicum in the provision of clinical supervision to
students enrolled in the master’s degree program in
counseling, community, school, and rehabilitation tracks.  
Developed supervision plans, evaluated supervisee
performance, and provided clinical feedback.  Received
weekly individual and group supervision of supervision.

Supervisors: Velma Atkinson, Ph.D., HSPP
                    Sharon Bowman, Ph.D., HSPP

Teaching Assistantship
Ball State University, Counseling Psychology Department,
Muncie, IN, August, 2000-May, 2001. Responsible for
developing curriculum and teaching two sections of CPSY
470, Introduction to Cross Cultural Counseling.  

Clinic Assistantship
Ball State University Practicum Clinic, Muncie, IN, August,
1999-May, 2000.  Completed client intakes, provided new
client orientation, conducted telephone screenings,
responsible for scheduling client appointments, and general
administrative duties.  

Clinical Practicum, Counseling Services, Southern Illinois
University at Edwardsville, August, 1995-January, 1996.  
Provided students and employees of the university with
supportive counseling.  Primarily utilized cognitive-behavioral
and rational emotive therapies.  Responsible for client
interviews and initial psychological intakes.

Clinical Practicum, Hopewell Center, Inc., St. Louis, MO, May,
1995-August, 1995.  Provided clients in North St. Louis city
with individual and group therapy in Hopewell’s partial
hospitalization program.  Group therapy included anger
management and coping strategies.  Diagnoses included
schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, substance abuse and clinical
depression.  Participated in multidisciplinary staffings
regarding client treatment.

Graduate Assistant, Rape and Sexual Abuse Care Center,
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.  December, 1994-
May, 1995.  Presented public education programs to
community organizations on various sexual assault-related
topics.   Also engaged in client advocacy and funds
procurement activities.

Intern, Aid for Victims of Crime, St. Louis, MO., May, 1993-
January, 1994.  Provided hot-line counseling, victim advocacy
and referrals to community agencies for victims of violent
crimes in the inner city.

Research Assistant, Crime Victim Recovery Project, University
of Missouri-St. Louis, August, 1993-May, l994.  This was a
five-year project funded by the National Institute of Mental
Health, led by Patricia Resick, Ph.D., which studies the
cognitive processes in victims of sexual assault.  Duties
included greeting subjects, providing assistance with pencil
and paper measures, and the collection and transfer of
physiological data.


GROUP EXPERIENCE

Interpersonal Process Group, Bloomington Hospital Systems,
Inc., September 2003-August, 2004.  Facilitate process group
with patients in an acute psychiatric setting focused on
increasing awareness and identity of feeling states, emotions,
and the many ways in which mental illness relapse can be
managed via understanding one’s emotional cues and
stressors.

The Nurturing Program, Center for Behavioral Health,
October, 2002- May, 2003.  Served as the primary group
therapist for adolescents and served as co-therapist for
parents participating in a 12-week session of this parent and
teen empirically supported treatment protocol aimed at
developing healthy boundaries, improved communication
skills, and a heightened awareness of developmental issues in
adolescence.     

Sisters of Survival (SOS), Center for Behavioral Health,
March, 2003- May, 2003. Served as group facilitator for
female adolescents, ages 12-17.  The group focused on
strengthening peer relationships, exploring sexual
development and dating relationships, and discussing family
issues, as well as strengthening self-concept, and self-esteem.

Process-Oriented Training Group, Ball State University,
August, 2000- December, 2000. Served as group facilitator
for graduate students enrolled in the CPSY Group Dynamics
course.  Beginning developmental stages of counselors,
counseling experiences, and supervisory issues were foci of
this group.

Teen Issues Group, Greasewood Springs Community School,
Navajo Reservation, Ganado, AZ, March 1999-May, 1999.
Students aged 12-15 were recruited for this group, which
offered pscyhoeducation on such topics as college, entrance
preparation, dating relationships, developmental
characteristics of adolescence, and self-concept and self-
esteem.

Self-Esteem Building in Navajo Children, Greasewood Spring
Community School, Navajo Reservation, Ganado, AZ, August
1998-December 1998.  Served as primary group facilitator
with students aged 8-11 who were identified as having
underdeveloped self-concept and self-esteem.  Used
expressive play techniques and behavioral modification
techniques to strengthen their self-images.


RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS

Rountree, C. (2009).  AIMPSY, American Indian Mentoring in
Psychology. (2009). Web-based mentoring program for
American Indian Youth.

Rountree, C. (2009). Treatment Modalities in Sexual Abuse
Cases. Invited Presenter at the Sexual Abuse Treatment
Center Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI.

Rountree, C. (2008). Aloha!  Assertive Community Treatment
(ACT) Implementation in Hawaii. Poster presented at the
International Counseling Psychology Conference, Chicago, IL.

Gerstein, L.H., Rountree, C., & Ordonez, M.A. (2008) An
anthropological perspective on multicultural counseling.
Counselling Psychology Quarterly.

Rountree, C. (2004). Counseling Competencies with Native
American Clients:  A Delphi Study.  Unpublished doctoral
dissertation chaired by Professor and Training Director
Lawrence H. Gerstein, Department of Counseling Psychology
& Guidance Services, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.

“Patient and Staff Boundaries in an Inpatient Psychiatric
Setting”, (August, 2004).  Invited presenter for employees of
Bloomington Hospital Systems, Inc.  Bloomington, IN.

“Family-based Interventions for Adolescents in an Inpatient
Psychiatric Setting, (August, 2003).  Invited presenter for
employees of Bloomington Hospital Systems, Inc.
Bloomington, IN.

“The Culturally Competent Practice”, (April, 2003).  Invited
presenter, The Breakfast Learning Series, Ninety minutes of
continuing education for Indiana mental health professionals.  
Bloomington, IN.  

Gerstein, L. H., White, M. J., Ordonez, A., & Rountree, C. R.
(Co-chairs) (2002).  Counseling psychology and 9/11-A
departmental response.  Symposium presented at the
American Psychological Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

Rountree, C.M., & Gerstein, L. H. (2002). Multicultural
competency and Native Americans: An unheard voice.  Poster
presented at the American Psychological Association
Conference, Chicago, IL.

Gerstein, L. H. & Rountree, C. M., & Evans, G. (2002,
February).  An Anthropological perspective on multicultural
counseling.  Symposium presented at the 2002 Winter
Roundtable Conference, Teachers College, Columbia
University, New York City.

Gerstein, L. H., & Rountree, C. M. Anthropology and
multicultural counseling: Bridging the gap.  Manuscript
submitted for publication to The Counseling Psychologist.

Rountree, C. M. (2001, November).  Development of the
multicultural counseling competency scale with Native
American clients (MCSNAC) using the Delphi technique.  Paper
presented at the Fourth Native American Symposium, Durant,
OK.

Rountree, C. M., & Civiletto, C. L. (2001, April).  Do as I say
not as I do: Are counseling psychologists community
volunteers? Poster presented at Great Lakes Conference in
Counseling Psychology, Akron, OH.

Rountree, C. M., & Gerstein, L. H. (2001, April).  Treating
alcoholism and addiction: The counseling psychologist as
policy shaper.  Poster presented at Great Lakes Conference in
Counseling Psychology, Akron, OH.

Rountree, C. M., & Gerstein, L. H. (March, 2001).  Looking
around the neighborhood: Anthropology and multicultural
counseling.  Roundtable conducted at the Fourth National
Conference in Counseling Psychology, Houston, TX.

Rountree, C. M., Civiletto, C. L., Ordonez, M. A., & Schoen, E.
(2001, March). Multicultural training in counseling psychology
programs: Integrated or piecemeal?  Symposium conducted
at the Fourth National Conference in Counseling Psychology,
Houston, TX.

Ordonez, M.A., Civiletto, C. L., Schoen, E., & Rountree, C. M.
(2001, March).  Counseling and community psychology: Same
or different?  Poster presented at the Fourth National
Conference in Counseling Psychology, Houston, TX.

Rountree, C, & Zagelbaum, A. (2000, April).  Level of Sexual
Engagement in Young Adults as it Relates to the Level of
Functioning in their Family of Origin.  Poster presented at
Great Lakes 2000 Conference, Muncie, IN.

Rountree, C. (April, May, 1996).  Eriksonian Mastery, degree
of parental conflict and marital status in young adults’ families
of origin as they relate to marital attitudes.  Master’s thesis
presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual
Conference in Chicago, IL and at the annual Southern Illinois
University at Edwardsville Annual Research Symposium.

Rountree, C., Bauer, C., Gifford, D., & McCluskey, D. (April,
May, 1995).  Helping behavior: A function of perceived
previous helping behavior? Paper presented at the
Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference in
Chicago, IL and at the annual Southern Illinois University of
Edwardsville Research Symposium.


COMMITTEE PARTICIPATION

2013 Upcoming Co-chair Division 17 Hospitality Suite at the
American Psychological Association Convention Honolulu, HI
August 2013.

2008  Community Education Committee Member, CARE    
Hawaii

2002   Co-chair, Ball State University 9/11 Departmental
Response Committee.

2001   Committee co-chair, Ball State Community for El
Salvador Earthquake Relief.

1999-2002  Committee Member, Doctoral Task Force, CPSY   
Department, Ball State University.


2000-2002  Committee Member, Social Action Committee,
CPSY Department,  Ball State University, Muncie, IN.

1999-2000  Faculty Meeting Student Representative, CPSY
Department, Ball State University.

1999-2000  Co-Chair, Program Committee, Great Lakes 2000  
Conference, Ball State University.

1999-2000  Co-chair, Great Lakes 2000 Conference Panel:
Painting the Ivory Tower: Multiculturalism in Today’s
Academia.

1999-2000  Chair, Great Lakes 2000 Conference Paper
Session, Reaching Out: Community Intervention/Prevention
in Counseling Psychology.


HONORS AND AWARDS

2008 Judy E. Hall Early Career Psychologist Award,
given by the National Register of Health Service Providers in
Psychology. To be presented at the American Psychological
Association Annual Conference, August 14-17, 2008.

2006 Nominated for Dissertation of the Year Award
at Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Nominated by Lawrence
H. Gerstein, Ph.D., Professor and Doctoral Training Director,
Department of Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services,
Muncie, IN.

04/2003  Research Grant awarded by the Lyle Bussell
Memorial Graduate Fund for completion of a manuscript
entitled

“Development of the Multicultural Competency Scale
with Native American clients using the Delphi technique”.

04/2003  Honoree, Graduate Student Recognition Ceremony,
Ball State University

01/2003  Travel Award granted by the Lyle Bussell Memorial
Graduate Fund for a symposia presentation and a poster     
presentation at the American Psychological Association      
Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

04/2002  Honoree, Graduate Student Recognition Ceremony,
Ball State University.

04/2002  Research Grant granted by the Lyle Bussell
Memorial Graduate Fund for completion of a manuscript
entitled “An Anthropological Perspective on Multicultural
counseling”.

12/2001  Graduate Student Grant Competition Winner, Office
of Academic Research and Sponsored Programs.  Funding  
awarded for doctoral dissertation entitled, “Development of     
the Multicultural Competency Scale with Native American     
Clients MCSNAC) Using the Delphi Technique.”

12/2001  Travel Award granted by the Lyle Bussell Memorial  
Graduate Fund for a paper presentation at the Fourth       
Annual Native American Symposium, Durant, Oklahoma.  

12/2001  Graduate Student Research Award granted by the
Lyle Bussell Memorial Graduate Fund for dissertation
research.  

11/2001  Graduate Student Travel Award, Office of Academic  
Research for a paper presentation at the Fourth Annual      
Native American Symposium, Durant, Oklahoma.

6/2001  Nominated for American Psychological Association
Student Scholarship

4/2001  Excellence Award for Multicultural Research,
Counseling Psychology Department, Ball State University.

4/2001  Graduate Student Recognition Award for Research,  
Graduate School, Ball State University.

4/2001  Honoree, Graduate Student Recognition Ceremony,
Ball State University.

4/2001  Graduate Student Travel Award, Office of Academic   
Research for presentation at The Great Lakes Regional     
Conference in Counseling  Psychology, Akron, Ohio.

3/2001  Travel Award granted by the Lyle Bussell Memorial   
Graduate Fund for three presentations at the Fourth       
National Counseling Psychology Conference, Houston,     
Texas.

3/2001  Awarded the 2001 National Counseling Psychology   
Conference Student Scholarship, Houston, Texas.

1994-1996  Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

116th American Psychological Association Convention. (2008,
August). Boston, MA.

2008 International Counseling Psychology Conference.
Creating the Future: Counseling Psychologists in a Changing
World. (2008, March). Chicago, IL.  

“How to Conduct a Comprehensive Custody Evaluation”,
(November, 2005).  16 Continuing Education Units as a
participant in the two and one-half day workshop.  Chicago,
IL.

“Depression in Middle School-aged Children: Symptoms,
Etiology and Intervention.”  (March, 2006) Community
Outreach Presentation. Lincoln Middle School, Logansport, IN.

“Self-Injurious Behavior in Children: Teaching Teachers and
other School Personnel to Respond”. (April, 2006). Outreach
provided to Makonequa County, Indiana school
administration and school counselors.

“The Culturally Competent Practice”, (April, 2003).  Invited
presenter, The Breakfast Learning Series, Ninety minutes of
continuing education for IN mental health professionals.  
Bloomington, IN.  

Invited Presenter at the Multicultural Winter Roundtable
Conference, (February, 2002).  Teachers College, Columbia
University, New York City, New York.

Invited Presenter at the Fourth Annual Native American
Symposium (2001, November).  Southeastern Oklahoma State
University, Durant, Oklahoma.

109th American Psychological Association Annual
Convention.  (2001, August).  San Francisco, CA.

“Rooted in the Past, Branching into the Future”. (2001,
April).  Great Lakes Conference in Counseling Psychology,
University of Akron, Akron, Ohio.

“Fourth National Conference in Counseling Psychology”.
(2001, March).  Houston, Texas.

“Socially Engaged Counseling Psychologists:  Advocacy,
Action, & Accountability”.  (2000, April).  Great Lakes
Conference in Counseling Psychology, Muncie, IN.

“The Marvel of Human Complexity: New Horizons in Systems
Practice”. (1997, March). (15 CEU’s).  20th Annual Family
Therapy Networker Symposium, Washington, D. C.

“Intensive Supervision in Solution-Focused Therapy with
Scott Miller, Ph.D.” (1997, May-October).  Pilot Project with
Children’s Home & Aid Society of Illinois, Granite City, IL.

“Solution-Focused Treatment Training”. (1996, December).  
(6.0 CEU’s).  Children’s Home & Aid Society of Illinois, Granite
City, IL.

“Families and Juvenile Court”. (1996, December).  (3.5 CEU’
s).  Children’s Home & Aid Society of Illinois, Granite City, Il.

Midwestern Psychological Association National Conference.  
(1995 &1996, May).  Chicago, IL.

Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville Research
Symposium.  (1995 &1996, April). Edwardsville, IL.



REFERENCES

Lawrence H. Gerstein, Ph.D.
Fellow, American Psychological Association, Division 17
Professor, Director of Doctoral Training
Department of Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services
Ball State University
TC 622
Muncie, IN 47303
765-285-8040
HYPERLINK "mailto:Rangzen@aol.com" Rangzen@aol.com


Deborah Bonitz, Ph.D.
Synergy Medical Education Alliance
Generations Family Care
1575 Concentric Blvd
Saginaw, MI   48604
989-583-7922
HYPERLINK "mailto:dbonitz@synergymedical.org"
dbonitz@synergymedical.org


Jim Noll, Ph.D., HSPP
Director of Clinical Services
Four County Counseling Center
1807 Smith Street
Logansport, IN 46947
574-732-1414

Christine L. Civiletto, Ph.D.
Psychological Coordinator of Sexual Assault Services
University Health and Counseling Services
135 Forsyth Building
Northeastern University
Boston, MA 02115-5000
617-373-4139










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